Videos for Black, White, and Mormon Conference (October 2015)

By October 27, 2015

The Tanner Humanities Center has made the videos for the Black, White, and Mormon Conference available. The conference, held at the University of Utah on October 8-9, 2015, was an incredible experience for me as a participant. I would love to see more opportunities, funding, and venues dedicated to this type of public engagement. 

The McMurrin Lecture by Lester Bush:

A Commemoration for Those Who Have Died

Race and the Inner City

Race and Mormon Women

Race and the International Church

Race and Brigham Young University

Race at the Ward Level

VERY SPECIAL THANKS TO THE EVENT’S CO-SPONSORS

George S. & Dolores Doré Eccles Foundation | Greg Prince | Jess Hurtado | Smith-Pettit Foundation | Anonymous | DESB Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative (Utah) | Charles Redd Center (BYU) | College of Humanities (BYU) | Laurel Thatcher-Ulrich | Utah Valley University | Department of History (Utah) | University of Utah Press

#BWMormon2015

Article filed under Announcements and Events Conference/Presentation Reports Gender Race


Comments

  1. Thanks. Lester Bush’s presentation should be required viewing for all Church members.

    Comment by Gary Bergera — October 28, 2015 @ 4:50 pm

  2. I watched most of it while at work today (multitasking). It was outstanding. (And I’m glad someone was able to fix the sound issues with the first version of the Bush video I tried to watch.)

    Comment by Kevin Barney — October 29, 2015 @ 6:03 pm

  3. Thanks Teresa, It was lots of fun to film this wedding, and pttrey exciting to film at a temple outside of Utah, It gave me a chance to come up with some new ideas. I really love what I do, and I certainly don’t plan on doing anything else for a very, very, long time. I get to be a part of the happiest day of peoples lives. What job could be better?

    Comment by Enzo — December 9, 2015 @ 8:39 pm


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