“Empowering Black and Latinx Men: Self-Identity, Masculinity, Intersectionality, and Solidarity”
Call for Workshop Proposals
The theme of the 2018 Black and Latinx Male Conference is: “Empowering Black and Latinx Men: Self-Identity, Masculinity, Intersectionality, and Solidarity.” A goal of the conference is for students to share their lived experiences as Black and Latino men on predominately white liberal arts campuses in efforts to affirm their presence and space. An additional goal is to identify and address barriers that inhibit their collegiate experience and success. Finally, we hope to provide information that will assist students with successfully navigating their post-collegiate experiences.
CHAS invites proposals for concurrent workshops to be presented at the 2018 Black and Latinx Male Conference, November 2-4, 2018 at Kenyon College, Gambier, OH. Concurrent workshops will be held on Saturday, November 3 at 10:00-10:45 AM; 11:00-11:45 AM; and 2:30-3:15 PM. Please consider workshop sessions that address any of the following topics:
- Empowering Black and Latinx Men
- Self-Identity and Expression
- What Does it Mean to be a Black and/or Latinx Man
- What is Masculinity?
- How Does Masculinity Define Me?
- How do I Navigate Multiple Identities?
- The LGBTQ+ Experiences of Black and Brown Men
- Strength and Power in Numbers: When Black and Latinx Men Unite
- Black and Latinx Hip Hop Alliances
- The Perpetuation of State Violence on Black and Latinx Men
- The Political Diversity of the Black and Latinx Vote
- Empowering Black and Latinx Men for Civic Engagement
- Identifying and Maximizing Campus Resources
- Graduate and Professional School Resources for Black and Latinx Men
- Identifying Religious, Spiritual, and Faith-based Support and Resources on Campus
- Mental Health: The Benefits of Counseling and Support Groups
- Taking Care of You: Physical, Mental, and Emotional Health
- Black and Latinx Political Thought
- Black Lives Matter
- Commercial Images of Black and Latinx Men
- The Commodification of the Black and Brown lived Experience