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Northeastern begins Black History Month with the Third annual bell hooks symposium, ‘Black Feminist Worldmaking’

Northeastern’s Africana Studies Program kicked off its third annual bell hooks symposium in celebration of Black feminist work and the trailblazing feminist scholar bell hooks. This symposium featured many WGSS faculty as speakers and moderators and this event was co-sponsored by WGSS. The event touched on topics of digital technology’s influence on the lives of Black people, past and present Black feminists in academia, and much more.

Read more about the symposium here!

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