Penn Spectrum on The Road

Penn Spectrum on The Road and Facebook Live Events are an open forum and facilitated conversation regarding issues faced by today’s diverse communities. Our conversations will focus on each of our diverse communities. See below for more information.

Today's Black Community

Watch it again!  Dr. Camille Charles and Marc Morial C’80 discussed the Second Civil Rights Movement, the potential repeal of the Affordable Care Act, and other issues facing Today’s Black Community. 
Co-Sponsored by The Black Alumni Society-NYC
Watch it Again on Facebook Live!


Today's Native American Community

Watch it Again! From sovereignty, to self-determination, to the Dakota access pipeline, Bryan Brayboy Ged’95 GR’99 and Amanda R. Tachine, Postdoctoral Scholar at the Center for Indian Education discussed the issues impacting Today’s Native American Community.
Co-Sponsored by The Association of Native Alumni  
Watch it again on Facebook Live.


Today's Latinx Community

Watch it again! What’s it like to be undocumented in the United States? Sociology Department Chair Dr. Emilio Parrado, and College Senior Daisy Romero C'17 discuss DACA, sanctuary campuses, and sanctuary cities.
Co-Sponsored by The Association Latino Alumni-Philadelphia and by Penn's Latin American & Latino Studies Program
Watch it again on Facebook Live


Today’s Asian and Asian-American Community

Watch it again! Penn Trustee Ramanan Raghavendran E'89 W'89 LPS'15 and Victoria Tung C'02 discuss issues faced by the Asian and Asian-American Community.
Co-Sponsored by University of Pennsylvania’s Asian Alumni Network
Watch it again on Facebook Live!


Today’s LGBTQ Community

Watch it Again! What’s at stake for today’s LGBTQ families and individuals? Join us for a conversation featuring Giang Nguyen, MD, MPH and Vice President for Human Resources and Leadership Development at Human Rights Campaign Susanne Salkind L'02
Watch it again on  Facebook Live