Black Girls Matter: Activism and Representation Beyond the Binary
Time: 05:00 PM
Location: Quick Live platform
The Black Studies and Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies programs invite you to their signature Spring event: Black Girls Matter: Activism and Representation Beyond the Binary. Join a panel of leading scholars as they talk about the ways in which their research engages with the following questions: How is police violence against black women and girls determined by socio-economic conditions? How do queer representations in culture shape experiences of marginalization and belonging among racialized communities? What can the lives of African American women in our cities’ informal economies tell us about the intersections of race, class and gender?
Black Studies and WGSS look forward to your participation in this important conversation at the intersections of race, class, gender and sexuality in the age of Black Lives Matter.
For more information, contact Kris F. Sealey / 203-254-4000 x 3020 / firstname.lastname@example.org