Chancellor Antonio D. Tillis invites you to the 2024 Chancellor’s Lecture Series on Global Racial Reckoning and Civility featuring Susan Benesch. Join us on Thursday, March 7, at 3 p.m. in the Campus Center as she discusses “Dangerous Speech and What We Can Do About It.”
Susan Benesch founded and directs the Dangerous Speech Project to study speech that can inspire violence - and to find ways to prevent this, without infringing on freedom of expression. She conducts research on methods to diminish harmful speech online, or the harm itself. Trained as a human rights lawyer at Yale, Susan has worked for NGOs including Amnesty International and Human Rights First. She is also Faculty Associate of the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University.
This event is presented in partnership with Rutgers University Equity and Inclusion as part of the university-wide “Navigating Tensions, Affirming Community” speaker series.
Free and secure parking is available in all Rutgers staff and faculty parking lots. Guests must register their vehicle HERE to park for the event. Until this process is completed your vehicle is not registered and you may receive a citation.
The most convenient parking lot to the event location is Lot C14. Additional parking is available on Fifth Street in Rutgers Lots C1, C2, and C3. Once parked in Lot C14, cross Third Street, and walk one block towards Cooper Street. Enter campus by making a left at Third and Penn Streets. The Campus Center will be on your right hand side.
GPS Address for Lot C14: 415 North 3rd Street, Camden 08102
About the Chancellor’s Lecture Series on Global Racial Reckoning and Civility
As part of Chancellor Antonio D. Tillis’ “15-in-5” strategic initiatives, the Chancellor’s Lecture Series on Global Racial Reckoning and Civility strives to provide timely and ongoing conversation with scholars and activists on trending topics, domestic and global, that challenge and amplify our understanding of global civility and humanity. Topics include conversations on racism, discrimination, classism, xenophobia, sexism, homophobia, transphobia, and other prejudices that challenge our vision of a beloved community at home and abroad. Invited guests will engage multiple communities on campus and will give a public lecture for the campus community and the greater Camden community.