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27
Apr
9:00 am - 5:00 pm ET
(Re)imagining Black Futures: Intersectionality and Coalition Building for Reshaping Black Futures

The Afro-American Studies Graduate Student Council (AAGC) and W.E.B. Du Bois Department of Afro-American Studies, invite you to join us on Saturday, April 27 for the return of the Graduate Student Symposium. This year, our symposium (Re)imagining Black Futures: Intersectionality and Coalition Building for Reshaping Black Futures features working scholars, graduate students, and Du Bois Department alumni from across the country in order to explore topics of Black politics, Black communities, Black literature, Black Feminisms, and, most importantly, Black futures.

See the preliminary details below and distribute the attached flyer to help us garner robust support for this important work.
 

Keynote Speaker: Dr. Daphne Lamothe

Professor of Africana Studies, Smith College

 

Coffee, iced tea, and light fare will be provided

RSVP here so we may have an accurate headcount!

Expect more details in the coming weeks, but for now, thank you for your time and attention. We are excited to bring the Graduate Student Symposium back to the Du Bois Department after the hiatus prompted by the pandemic. We look forward to this opportunity to be in the community as scholars committed to envisioning, creating, and fighting for Black futures.

 

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