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RUN TOWARD FEAR: Millennial Activism & Social Justice in the Trump Era

black and white flyer for Run Toward Fear about millennial activism & social justice in the Trump era

This forum brings thought leaders from the frontline of contemporary political debates and grassroots activists together

Date: 2/28/2017

Time: 6:00PM
Location: Cabral Center at The John D. O’Bryant African American Institute
Sponsored By: The John D. O’Bryant African American Institute

Rather than give in to fear, this forum brings thought leaders from the frontline 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 marginalized communities, and the ways young activists across the nation are re-imagining 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 Central Park 5

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