Director of the FXB Center Roma Program
Lecturer on Social and Behavioral Sciences at the Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, and the co-founder and Director of the Roma Program at the FXB Center for Health and Human Rights, Harvard University.+
A group of enthusiastic Romanian American professionals in various fields, who are passionate about ideas, invite you to participate in conversations about cultural diversity and humanistic thought. We hope to forge a dialog between individuals and communities across borders of any kind so that we can learn from each others’ experiences and enrich our knowledge of being in the world.
We engage diaspora communities through dialogue for a deeper understanding of history and current political and social events by examining and addressing prejudice and bigotry. We spark curiosity through open and honest conversations to examine the diverse cultural, personal, and professional experiences and to explore and understand personal biases. We champion sharing meaningful life stories and ideas to build cultural understanding and racial, ethnic, gender, and sexual identity acceptance and inclusion. We establish and encourage the partnership and collaboration with social justice advocates and organizations, as a factor of change. We support research initiatives for a better understanding of racism and other social justice and human rights challenges. We collaboratively participate in educational projects to strengthen our communities’ capacity to advocate for acceptance and inclusion.
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