CGWI Podcast "Notes on the State" Engages with Thomas Jefferson's Legacy
Former Post-Doctoral Fellow, Deirdre Cooper Owens joins the Department of History at University of Nebraska-Lincoln as the Linda and Charles Wilson Professor in the History of Medicine and the Director of the Humanities in Medicine Program!
HISTORIAN KEVIN GAINES IS UVA’S FIRST JULIAN BOND PROFESSOR
By Anne E. Bromley
On a bright autumn afternoon in Cleveland more than 50 years ago, 6-year-old Kevin Gaines waited for a rally at his neighborhood playground to see a visitor he already knew was important: a minister named Martin Luther King Jr.
Alas, hearing the civil rights icon was not to happen that day for Gaines. King’s arrival was delayed so long that at sunset, the boy decided to head home and not be late for dinner.
African American and African Studies Program
AAS 1020 – Introduction to African-American and African Studies
Professor Claudrena Harold
“FEAR OF BLACK MEN” MAY NO LONGER BE A DEFENSE
Will the Laquan McDonald case prove to be a beginning?
Marlene L. Daut
The "Currents in Conversation" fora explore issues and topics dominating the headlines, airwaves, and social media platforms with implications for the study of race. This Fall, we pick up on a topic that has received precious little air-time on major news organizations: the Nationwide Prison Strike, which took place across 13 states from August 21st - September 9th, 2018.
Susan Burton is a widely recognized leader in the national criminal justice reform movement.
Ms. Burton will be discussing her book and work as an activist and advocate for incarcerated women.
She is author of the NAACP Image Award-winning book, Becoming Ms. Burton: From Prison to Recovery to Leading the Fight for Incarcerated Women, and founder of A New Way of Life Re-Entry Project.
Reception to follow!