POSTPONED: Social Work Diversity Lecture: Do Black Men deserve the American dream?
This event is in the past.
Detroit, MI 48202
In light of the CDC’s recommendation for social distancing, this event has postponed until Fall 2020.
Thank you for your continued support of the School of Social Work. Please visit us at socialwork.wayne.edu for additional information on the rescheduling of this event.
The Wayne State University School of Social Work and Office of Continuing Education and Professional Development are proud to host David J. Pate Jr., PhD as the keynote speaker of the 14th Annual Diversity Lecture entitled “Do Black Men deserve the American dream? The Impact of Gendered Deservingness on economic security for marginalized families."
An expert on low-income African-American men, fatherhood, and child support, Pate studies how black men are affected by the social welfare system and the challenges that impede their ability to attain economic security. His research projects involve the use of qualitative research methods to examine life course events of African-American men and boys.
Pate is the Chair and Associate Professor of the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee Helen Bader School of Social Work. Pate is also an Affiliated Associate Professor in the following UW - Madison departments: the Institute for Research on Poverty, the Institute for Child and Family Well-Being, the Department of African and African Diaspora Studie and the University Honors College.