Dynamic DEI Resources: Archived Event Recordings

Original Learning Content Created by the RIC Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

Interviews with Anthony Mam from College Crusade and Ducha Hang from RIC


An Interview with Dr. Judith Lynn Stillman, RIC Artist-in-Residence

"Women's History Month is a celebration of women's contributions to history, culture, and society, and has been observed annually in the month of March in the United States since 1987."

(History.com) 

February 2022

This panel features guests who share about their experiences and intersecting identities as persons with marginalized racial identities and as students, professionals, and leaders in healthcare professions. 

Presented in coordination with representation from: 

  • RIC's Multicultural Student Nurses Organization (MSNO)
  • RIC School of Nursing's Diversity and Inclusion Task Force 
  • RIC's Professional Studies and Continuing Education (PSCE) 
  • United Way RI
  • Care New England RI

December 2021

An Interview with Thawn Harris of the Narragansett Tribe

Reference: Narragansett · Indigenous New England Digital Collections (dawnlandvoices.org)

The Narragansett Indian Tribe has inhabited what is now the state of Rhode Island for over 30,000 years. Federally recognized in 1983, the tribe is now headquartered in Charlestown.

In addition to many historic deeds and letters, Narragansett people produced what is probably the first tribal magazine in New England, The Narragansett Dawn, from 1935-36. Today, Narragansett writers include the award-winning journalist John Christian Hopkins, also an inventive novelist; the poet Ella (Brown) Sekatau; and storyteller/author Paulla Dove Jennings.

In recognition of Hispanic Heritage Month 2021