All conference activities will be broadcasted via Zoom and Facebook Live, unless otherwise noted. If you registered for the conference before or on March 26, 2021, you will receive a Zoom Webinar invite per public conference session. Individuals registering after this date, must register for each session individually below on the schedule.

Friday, March 26

Winning the Race: Counselor’s Edition
4 PM | Pre-Conference Event 

“A review of culturally relevant practices for the helping professions.”
Presenter: Dr. T. Michael Simmons
Moderator: Dr. Natasha Barnes
Facebook Live

Sunday, March 28

Poster Competition
12 AM (3/28) – 11:59 PM (3/29)

Presentation Review & Voting
View and Vote

Opening Recognition Ceremony
4 PM

Amzie Moore House Museum & Interpretive Center
Honorees: Participants of the 1969 Sit-ins at DSU
Facebook Premiere

Monday, March 29

Opening Session
9 – 10:50 AM

“Blackballed: The Black and White Politics of Race on America’s Campuses”
Lawrence Ross, Keynote
Zoom Registration | Facebook Live

Black Male Talk
11 – 11:50 AM

Hosts: DSU’s Delta Proud Fellows
Invitation Only

Presidents Roundtable
1 – 2:50 PM

“1969 Sit-ins: An Examination of University Culture and Student Voice, Then & Now”
Panelists: Participants of the 1969 Sit-ins at DSU
Moderator: Professor Michelle Johansen
Zoom Registration | Facebook Live

Tuesday, March 30 

Faculty Forums
9:25 – 10:40 AM

College of Arts & Sciences, Zoom Link
College of Business & Aviation, Zoom Link
College of Education & Human Sciences, Zoom Link
School of Nursing, Zoom Link

DSU Student-Led Session
10:50 AM – 12:05 PM

“The Black Reality: A Panel Discussion with University & Community Law Enforcements”
Facilitators: WTR Ambassadors
Zoom Registration | Facebook Live

Closing Celebration & Awards
12:15 PM – 1:30 PM

Conference reflections, recognitions and closing remarks. Announcements:

  • Georgene Clark Diversity Award
  • Student Poster Winners
  • Poetry Slam Winners

Post Conference Student Kickback
5 – 6 PM

“Race Recovery: Fun, Games & Looking Ahead”
Student Talk-Back, Conference Reflections, Games, Trivia, Giveaways & more!
Hosts: WTR Ambassadors
Invitation Only

Conference Registration is open

The 2021 virtual conference “Winning the Race: Make the Invisible, Visible,” will highlight systems and cultural norms that insulate stereotypes and inequalities and challenge the way things have always been done!” This conference was developed with three overarching goals: engage in conversations with campus and community constituencies; promote a broad discourse on race relations; and to rekindle a hope that Delta communities will move toward greater equality.