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This talk explores politics of belonging and its implications for immigrant communities in Kenya and the U.S.
Moderated by Dr. Erik McDuffie. Part of the 1619 & Beyond Series, celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Department of African American Studies at the University of Illinois.
Dyson will discuss recent bodies of work, including 1919: Black Water, which responds to the 100th anniversary of the “Red Summer” of 1919, focusing on a tragic episode in the segregated waters of Chicago’s beaches.
This month’s event will feature Maureen Warren, Curator of European and American Art, and will highlight the re-installation of the Bow and Trees Galleries. Reception to follow.
Esther Ngumbi, assistant professor of Entomology. Interests include chemical signaling between plants, insects, herbivores, and microorganisms
Readings and details at criticism.english.illinois.edu.
In this presentation, Dean Spade will examine how mutual aid might counter the demobilizing frameworks for understanding social change and expressing dissent that dominate the popular imagination, and examine the benefits as well as challenges faced by contemporary organizations mobilizing through mutual aid.
This workshop examines how organizations cultivate internal cultures to support transparency, democracy, and accountability.
In this talk, Professors Nihad Bunar and Anna Lund (Stockholm University) will discuss challenges and opportunities associated with the arrival of over 100,000 migrant and asylum-seeking school-aged children and youth to Sweden since 2015.