The American Humanist Association is proud to host the Secular Social Justice 2018 Conference in Washington DC!
This year's lineup includes community organizers, social activsts, storytellers, policy experts, and performance artists.
9:00am – registration and exhibit tables open
10:20-11:00am – Nazgol Ghandnoosh: "Black Lives Matter: Eliminating Racial Inequality in the Criminal Justice System"
11:00-11:15am – break; Q&A with Diane Burkholder, Ashton Woods, and Nazgol Ghandnoosh
11:15-11:55am – Victoria Rodriguez-Roldan: "Disability from an intersectional lens"
11:55am-12:35pm – Juhem Navarro-Rivera: "Immigration Justice for Humanists"
12:35-1:25pm – lunch break
- 1:10-1:25pm – special prize raffle
1:25-1:40pm – Gowri K. – performance art
1:40-2:20pm – Rajani Gudlavalleti: "Unlearning Nixon's Lies: Harm Reduction as a Strategy to End the War on Drugs"
2:20-2:35pm – break; Q&A with Victoria Rodriguez-Roldan, Juhem Navarro-Rivera, and Rajani Gudlavalleti
2:35-3:10pm – Candace Gorham: "Pipe Dreams: How the School-to-Prison Pipeline is Destroying Communities of Color"
3:10-3:50pm – Tracye Redd: "No Progress Without Confrontation"
3:50-4:05pm – break; Q&A with Candace Gorham and Tracye Redd
5:05-5:15pm – closing remarks