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The Fight to be Heard, Seen, and Understood: The Resilience of Black Studies in Academia

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The Fight to be Heard, Seen, and Understood: The Resilience of Black Studies in Academia
Flyer entitled: The fight to be heard, seen, and understood: The resilience of Black studies in academia. Flyer Description: A panel discussion rooted in Africana Studies Scholarship and its intersections with COVID-19 and Black Lives Matter on Wednesday, August 19, 2020 at 4: - 5:30 pm EST. Please register at the QR Code below. Please email africanastudies@northeastern.edu with any questions or concerns! Image description: Black and red text on white background.

“The Fight to be Heard, Seen, and Understood: The Resilience of Black Studies in Academia” discussion.

You are invited to join the Africana Studies Program on Wednesday, August 19 at 4:00 – 5:30 PM for “The Fight to be Heard, Seen, and Understood: The Resilience of Black Studies in Academia” discussion. This discussion panel will be rooted in Black scholarship and it’s intersections with Covid-19. We will be talking to a panel of our own faculty members.

Faculty members included are:

RSVP here.

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