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As a global capitalism allowed our world to be more connected, it also caused spaces to be compressed and collapsed. Race and geography as a canon as much room to grow in understanding "sites of contention," or spaces and places where geographic contestations are fought.


This event is open to students, faculty, and activists who center post-colonialism, prison abolotion, housing justice, and food justice, and environmental justice. 


Speakers include: 

Janelle Levy, Semassa Boko, Chaz Briscoe, Isabel Gonzales, Deogratius Mshigeni, Rod Martinez, Camille Samuels, and Rojelio Muñoz


RSVP requested. Lunch provided for participants.


Free parking available for community members in UCR Parking Lot #1. Register for permits at Mothership Connection: Sites of Contention Parking Registration (

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