The Justice and Liberation Series: "Black Liberation and Revolution in the Age of Trump"
The Justice and Liberation Series, hosted by the Afro-American Cultural Center with the help of Alpha Theta Chatper of Alpha Phi Alpha and the Kappa Psi chapter of Phi Beta Sigma, is designed with the intent to introduce students and the UI community to the legacy of self-determination by African-Americans and give students an experience in creating the knowledge, tools, and skills necessary to carry that legacy forward.
On Feb. 1, Dr. Malik Zulu Shabazz, founder and CEO of Black Lawyers for Justice, will deliver a lecture, "Black Liberation and Revolution in the Age of Trump," a candid discussion about the motivation, history, and narratives of black liberation movements in America and how students can carry that tradition forward in a contemporary sense. This lecture will be held at 100 Phillips Hall; doors will open at 6:30 p.m. This event is Advantage Iowa approved.
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