Hate Uncycled: What’s on your mind?

Hate Uncycled: What’s on your mind? is a series of campus conversations showcasing how UNLV's community is engaging with and responding to some of today’s most pressing issues.

  • Hate Uncycled: What\'s on your mind?

    This town hall will focus on public voice and security and explore relationships between police and minority citizens with the intent of informing best practices for enhancing community safety and security. MORE: https://www.unlv.edu/diversity/hateuncycled FEATURED SPEAKERS: - Adam Garcia, Vice President of Public Safety Services and Director of University Police Services Southern Command - Tamara Herold, Associate Professor, Criminal Justice & Criminal Justice Graduate Coordinator - Celestina Tarin, social work graduate student - Frank Rudy Cooper, Professor of Law, William S. Boyd School of Law ABOUT THE SERIES: “Hate Uncycled: What’s on your mind?” is a series of campus conversations showcasing how UNLV and its students, faculty, staff and alumni are engaging with and responding to some of today’s most pressing issues. The series will cover a range of topics, including the effects of racism on public health, indigenous and land justice, and the First Amendment and policing. The series is organized by the College of Liberal Arts and the offices of the Executive Vice President and Provost, Diversity Initiatives, and Student Diversity and Social Justice in partnership with the Anti-Defamation League and the Las Vegas Interfaith Council.

  • Hate Uncycled: What\'s on your mind?

    This conversation will focus on health, COVID-19, community engagement, and social justice. The purpose is to discuss the health disparities that persist and are heightened during the pandemic. In addition, the program will demonstrate how a collaborative approach to public health can ensure that vulnerable populations are prioritized and their voices are valued in outreach efforts. MORE: https://www.unlv.edu/diversity/hateuncycled FEATURED SPEAKERS: - Brian Labus, Ph.D., MPH, REHS, Assistant Professor, School of Public Health - Erika Marquez, Ph.D., MPH, Assistant Professor, School of Public Health and Vice Chair of the Nevada Minority Health and Equity Coalition - Jose Melendrez, Executive Director, School of Public Health Office of Community Partnerships and Chair of the Nevada Minority Health and Equity Coalition - André C. Wade, State Director, Silver State Equality and Silver State Equality Institute - April Cruda, MPH, Training Officer for the UNLV Contact Tracing Team, UNLV School of Public Health, in partnership with the Southern Nevada Health District - Myranda Moreno, 2020 Public Health graduate, former Project Coordinator for the COVID-19 Education and Outreach grant - Bliss Requa-Trautz, Executive Director of Arriba Las Vegas Worker Center ABOUT THE SERIES: “Hate Uncycled: What’s on your mind?” is a series of campus conversations showcasing how UNLV and its students, faculty, staff, and alumni are engaging with and responding to some of today’s most pressing issues. The series will cover a range of topics, including the effects of racism on public health, indigenous and land justice, and the First Amendment and policing. The series is organized by the College of Liberal Arts and the offices of the Executive Vice President and Provost, Diversity Initiatives, and Student Diversity and Social Justice in partnership with the Anti-Defamation League and the Las Vegas Interfaith Council.

  • Hate Uncycled: What\'s on your mind?

    The focus of this town hall is to find answers to the question "What does racism look like in a pandemic?" and UNLV community building ideas for today and tomorrow. Presenters will examine ways in which structural racism has further marginalized and disadvantaged people from a myriad of identity groups and discuss the path forward to address these inequities within the UNLV campus community. MORE: https://www.unlv.edu/diversity/hateuncycled FEATURED SPEAKERS: - Keith E. Whitfield, Ph.D., UNLV President and Professor of Psychology - Joshua Padilla, President, Consolidated Students of UNLV (CSUN) - Margaret I. Campe, Director, Jean Nidetch CARE Center - Mark Padoongpatt, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Interdisciplinary, Gender & Ethnic Studies - Romeo Jackson, Assistant Director for Social Justice, Student Diversity and Social Justice (SDSJ) ABOUT THE SERIES: “Hate Uncycled: What’s on your mind?” is a series of campus conversations showcasing how UNLV and its students, faculty, staff and alumni are engaging with and responding to some of today’s most pressing issues. The series will cover a range of topics, including the effects of racism on public health, indigenous and land justice, and the First Amendment and policing. The series is organized by the College of Liberal Arts and the offices of the Executive Vice President and Provost, Diversity Initiatives, and Student Diversity and Social Justice in partnership with the Anti-Defamation League and the Las Vegas Interfaith Council.

  • Hate Uncycled: What\'s on your mind?

    This town hall, focused on Indigenous and Land Justice, will highlight the importance of land rights and environmental justice for communities of color. Panelists will discuss a North Las Vegas community's struggle to achieve environmental justice for their neighborhood. Participants will also explore the limits of property law protections for indigenous land rights and creative strategies for protecting sacred sites and the environment. MORE: https://www.unlv.edu/diversity/hateuncycled FEATURED SPEAKERS: - Bret Birdsong, Professor of Law, William S. Boyd School of Law - Sebastian Ross, law student, William S. Boyd School of Law - Mercedes Krause, Native American Alumni Club - Annika Roseen, Native American Program Assistant in Student Diversity & Social Justice (SDSJ), Mx Native UNLV ABOUT THE SERIES: “Hate Uncycled: What’s on your mind?” is a series of campus conversations showcasing how UNLV and its students, faculty, staff and alumni are engaging with and responding to some of today’s most pressing issues. The series will cover a range of topics, including the effects of racism on public health, indigenous and land justice, and the First Amendment and policing. The series is organized by the College of Liberal Arts and the offices of the Executive Vice President and Provost, Diversity Initiatives, and Student Diversity and Social Justice in partnership with the Anti-Defamation League and the Las Vegas Interfaith Council.