“On the Anniversary of the Assassinations of MLK and Lil' Bobby Hutton —A Discussion on Captive Maternals and War Resistance, with Joy James & Kalonji Changa”

 

Please join us for this panel discussion with Joy James (Ebenezer Fitch Professor of Humanities, Williams College, author of In Pursuit of Revolutionary Love (IPORL) and "Maternal (In)Coherence") and Kalonji Changa (Co-Founder of Black Power Media, Co-Chair of the Urban Survival and Preparedness Institute, Co-Founder of FTP Movement)

 

In conversation with:

  • Othandwayo Mgqoboka (Ph.D. student, Dept. of Anthropology, UC Riverside)
  • Brianna Simmons (Ph.D. student, Dept. of Anthropology, UC Riverside)
  • Laysi Zacarias (Ph.D. student, Dept. of Anthropology, UC Riverside)

 

Facilitated by:

Dylan Rodríguez (Professor, Dept. of Black Study and Dept. of Media and Cultural Studies, Co-Director of Center for Ideas and Society, UC Riverside)

 

Links to recent writing and conversations with Joy James and Kalonji Changa:

 

Sponsored by the Decolonizing Humanism(?) initiative at the Center for Ideas and Society, Departments of History, English and Black Study

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