Black History Month 2016: Blackness & Intersectionality will feature a keynote lecture by Rahiel Tesfamariam Thursday, Feb. 18, 7 p.m. at the Symphony Room of the Gordon Dining and Event Center
Civilians are mobilizing worldwide to protest injustices of all kinds and Black millennials are at the forefront of this movement using 21st century resistance strategies. This has led to a shift in visibility & power from the Black Church, the old guard of the Civil Rights Movement. But if this is to be an intergenerational struggle for liberation, then both have a critical role to play in the New Civil Rights Movement. Tesfamariam explores the intersections of these roles is in this keynote.
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