Location: Cabral Center. The John D. O’Bryant African American Institute
Tues, Feb 28th @6pm | CABRAL CENTER
Reception @ 5pm 2ND FLOOR STUDY SPACE
Description: Rather than give in to fear, this forum brings thought leaders from the front-line of contemporary political debates and grassroots activist political struggle to join students in forward-thinking conversations about what the shifting political winds mean for college students, women and the marginalized communities, and the ways young activists across the nation are re-imaging the most important issues of our time.
Panelists include: Jasiri X, Hip-Hop Artist and Activist: Greisa Martinez, Advocacy Director, United We Dream: Dr. Toussaint Losier, History Professor, UMass Amherst and activist with Chicago Anti-Eviction Campaign: Tamika Mallory, Activist and National Co-Chair, Women’s March on Washington: Yusef Salaam, Exonerated member of Center Park 5
In partnership with Civil Rights and Restorative Justice Project Department of Cultures, Societities and Global Studies | Latino/a Student Cultural Center http://www.northeastern.edu/aai/black-history-month-schedule/
Sponsor: The John D. O’Bryant African American Institute