Public Guest Lectures: Black Mobility and Safety in the US

Public Guest Lectures: Black Mobility and Safety in the US

Ekene Ijeoma’s Black Mobility and Safety in the US course this fall will include a series of public guest lectures co-sponsored by ACT around living while Black.

Program Begins September 8 @ 2:00pm
Online Lecture Series
 

Ekene Ijeoma’s Black Mobility and Safety in the US course this fall will include a series of public guest lectures co-sponsored by ACT around living while Black. The first semester's topics will include birthing, breathing, sleeping, eating, and walking while Black; the second semester will include learning, voting, driving, working, and loving while Black.

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Fall Subject Schedule:

September 8 @ 2-3 pm | Black Progress: Hank Willis Thomas and Hugh Hayden in conversation
September 15 @ 2-3 pm | Birthing while Black I: Professor Arline T. Geronimus (U-M)
September 22 @ 2-3 pm | Birthing while Black II: Professor Cooper Owens (UNL)
September 29  @ 2-3 pm| Breathing while Black I:  Marcus Franklin (Environmental Advocate)
October 6 @ 2-3 pm | Breathing while Black II: Linda Villarosa (NYT)Date + time TBD 
October 13 @ 2-3 pm | Sleeping while Black I: Tricia Hersey (The Nap Ministry)
October 20 @ 2-3 pm | Sleeping while Black II: Dr. Danielle L. Beatty Moody (UMBC)
October 27  @ 2-3 pm | Eating while Black I:  Dr. Ashanté M. Reese (UTA)
November  3  @ 2-3 pm | Eating while Black II:  TBD
November 10 @ 2-3 pm | Walking while Black I: Professor Elijah Anderson (Yale University)
November 17 @ 2-3 pm | Walking while Black II: Topher Sanders (ProPublica)