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Angela Davis Addresses Large Crowd at Mills College at Northeastern

Social justice icon Angela Davis delivered a keynote address on March 2nd to kick off the first Peace and Social Justice week at Mills College at Northeastern. Her address, titled “We Are Enough: A Guide to Collective Action with Angela Davis”, was a moderated discussion led by Cierra Russell, director of the Mills Center for Student Leadership, Equity and Excellence. Throughout her speech, Davis emphasized the need to think collectively in order to address systemic social problems.

“Difference can be a powerful glue holding us together”

Angela Davis, Keynote address at Mills College at Northeastern

Read more about Davis’ visit to Mills College in the News@Northeastern article here!
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