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In light of Dr. Kwame-Ross’ discussion of Frantz Fanon at the MLK Convocation, we will gather to discuss a short article and podcast that look at the life and work of Frantz Fanon and learn about his influence on contemporary social justice movements. We’ll discuss the intersections of racism and colonialism, explore their expression in everyday lived experience today, and challenge our conceptions of what anti-racist work looks like–on and off campus. Dr. Kwame-Ross will help guide us in this discussion.
The event will be on Wednesday, March 22nd from 5:30-7:00 pm.
We’ll be serving dinner from Tamu. Please fill out the following link to express interest, we will limit participation to 25 people: https://forms.gle/3QE3dvKsgNMckbmv6