Chicago: Angela Davis is HERE

Tonight, Chicago will be blessed by the essence of an educational activist by the name of Angela Davis. She is known for her political protests, empowering speeches and unifying personality that aided in fueling the Black Panther Movement and more. She made her mark on history by not being violent and encouraging other minorities to speak up about injustice within our prison systems, communities and more. Come hear her story, chat with a legend and be in the presence of greatness.

 

Details:

 

THE CSRPC ANNUAL PUBLIC LECTURE & CSGS CLASSICS IN FEMINIST THEORY SERIES PRESENT ANGELA Y. DAVIS

 Internationally Renowned Scholar, Activist and Writer, Angela Y. Davis, Returns to Chicago for a Free Public Lecture at the University of Chicago

 

 

WHAT:

Angela Y. Davis

“Feminism and Abolition: Theories and Practices for the 21st Century”

 

WHEN:           

Friday, May 3, 2013 – 7:30pm

 

WHERE:           

University of Chicago

Rockefeller Memorial Chapel

5850 S. Woodlawn

 

WHO:   Center for the Study of Race, Politics, and Culture (CSPRC) and the Center for the Study of Gender and Sexuality (CSGS)

 

ADMISSION:   Free & Open to the Public. No RSVP required

 

This event is a collaborative effort between the Center for the Study of Race, Politics, and Culture (CSRPC) and the Center for the Study of Gender and Sexuality's (CSGS) Feminist Theory Project.  Both Centers have hosted public programs over the course of this academic year exploring Davis’ theory and praxis.  Davis' lecture is the culmination of this year’s CSGS Classics in Feminist Theory series and also re-inaugurates the CSRPC Annual Public Lecture series.  

 

The CSGS Classics in Feminist Theory series is devoted to a critical rethinking of foundational texts in feminist theory and features an author whose work has been fundamental to the development of feminist thought and praxis. CSRPC’s annual public lecture features prominent thought leaders whose scholarship, art and/or activism explores the topic of race and has made a major impact on their field and the world.

 

Co-sponsored by the Department of Political Science, Office of Multicultural Student Affairs and Chicago Center for Contemporary Theory at the University of Chicago

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