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Join us in viewing the Marginal Bodies exhibition – “Marginal Bodies: Women of Color, Representation, and the Struggle Over Citizenship and Belonging, 1920-2020”

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Friday, October 8th | 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM EST | 334 Ryder Hall

Marginal Bodies, is an research project and exhibition put together by CSSH & CAMD Professor, Patricia Davis, and students Brittany Clottey (CSSH’22) & Leylanah Mitchell (CAMD’21).

This exhibition features archival imagery from digital collections and news sources to illustrate how African American women have visually communicated their struggle within and towards the state.

The exhibition will be showcasing on Friday, October 8th from 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM at 334 Ryder Hall, in the Theatre Lab.

Click the link below to register!

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/marginal-bodies-woc-representation-and-the-struggle-over-citizenship-tickets-183667403147

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