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The Roots of Global Anti Blackness - A Dialogue on Creating Knowledge at the Intersections of Art, Activism, and Scholarship
Insurgent Intersections: Combatting Global Anti-Blackness invites you to join us in celebrating the first year of Insurgent Intersections: Combating Global Anti-Blackness, including a conversation on how art, activism and scholarship can help us understand the long history of global anti-Blackness and imagine new possibilities for the future.

This event will feature highlights from our past year, which included an inaugural keynote by Dr. Leslie Alexander; a works-in-progress series on the "The Roots of Global Anti-Blackness"; and a workshop with Dr. Pablo José López Oro co-hosted with the Black Latinx Americas xLab at Rutgers. We are also thrilled to welcome a panel of scholar-activists and -artists for a roundtable discussion about how multiple forms of knowledge can help us better understand global anti-Blackness and envision solutions. This roundtable will feature Drs. Sarah Bruno, Priscilla Ferreira, Prisca Gayles, and Alessandra Williams. To read their full bios, please visit our website below.

Insurgent Intersections: Combating Global Anti-Blackness is a multi-year project exploring how the discipline of Africana Studies informs global, intersectional struggles against anti-Blackness. Insurgent Intersections is supported by a faculty grant from the Institute for the Study of Global Racial Justice. Learn more at https://africanastudies.rutgers.edu/insurgent-intersections.

Apr 27, 2022 05:30 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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