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2/3/2023 – 2023 annual bell hooks Symposium: “Black Feminism, Black Freedom”

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February 3, 2023 from 10 AM - 5 PM | A day-long symposium, reflecting on the connection between Black feminism and Black freedom, and the legacy of bell hooks, an outstanding cultural theorist and activist, public intellectual, teacher, and feminist writer. Featuring a keynote conversation between Dr. Salamishah Tillet and Dr. Kevin Quashie.

“Nobody’s Free Until Everybody’s Free”

– Fannie Lou Hamer (1971)

Presented by Northeastern University Africana Studies Program.

Co-Sponsored by Northeastern Women’s Gender, and Sexuality Studies (WGSS), John D. O’Bryant African American Institute (JDOAAI), Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion of Northeastern University.

Questions? Email africanastudies@northeastern.edu.


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