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Talking Back: The Genius of bell hooks

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Friday, February 11, 2022 | 9AM – 3PM ET

Northeastern University, East Village 17 – VIRTUAL ATTENDANCE OPTION AVAILABLE

Northeastern University’s Africana Studies Program and our co-sponsors* welcome you to this symposium honoring the life and legacy of the trailblazing Black feminist scholar bell hooks (1952-2021). A prolific author, committed teacher, brilliant intellectual, unequivocal truth-teller, and bold visionary, bell hooks (née Gloria Jean Watkins) is a feminist icon who left an indelible mark on multiple generations of people including activists, artists, students, and scholars.

For those planning on attending in-person, please follow Northeastern COVID Protocol: Masks are required indoors, for both fully vaccinated (including a booster shot) and unvaccinated individuals with an approved exemption, at any university-sponsored event. All external visitors aged 12 and older who attend campus indoor events are required to present proof of full vaccination (including a booster shot) or provide a negative COVID-19 test result within 72 hours of the event.

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