The University of Wisconsin-Madison Multicultural Student Center and the Institute for Justice Education and Transformation will host their 2013 spring symposium March 14 and 15 to discuss racial and social justice issues.

The symposium, titled “Race &…,” will serve as the main event for IJET’s spring series of events focusing on “Race & Place: Movement, Space, Land, and Power.”

The event will feature 15 professors, experts and scholars from the Madison community in numerous fields to discuss the intersections between location and race.

Other discussions at the event will include multi and bi-racial identity, race and documentation, and lesbian, transgender and race issues.

The symposium will take place at the Pyle Center at 702 Langdon St. More information and a full schedule of the event can be found on the MSC website.

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