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Subject:   [september17discuss] TOMORROW 11/11: Black Student Radicalism at CUNY: Past, Present, and Future
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CUNY Graduate Center's Africana Studies Group, Adjunct Project, and IRADAC Present:



Black Student Radicalism at CUNY: Past, Present, and Future

 

Friday, November 11, 2011

3-5 PM

CUNY Graduate Center, Room 5414



CUNY's Black radical traditions will take center stage at this exciting event on Friday, November 11, at the CUNY Graduate Center. In a time where social movements are being revitalized through critical education and direct democracy, these speakers will discuss the histories, present efforts, and future visions of CUNY. We will apply special attention to past public space occupations at CUNY that catalyzed major institutional and social change--such as the 1969 CCNY strike achieving Open Admissions--to suggest a bridge between the global "Occupy" movement and how we can transform our own university system. We welcome all CUNY communities to join us.

Speakers:
Louis Reyes Rivera, 1969 CUNY Open Admissions Strike Leader
Prof. Michele Wallace, CUNY Graduate Center
Prof. Barbara Winslow, Brooklyn College
Hank Williams, CUNY Graduate Center
LaMont OyeWale Badru, Lehman College

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Panel and discussion, light refreshments will be provided.

Co-Sponsors:
Africana Studies Group
Adjunct Project
IRADAC


For more information, contact: KMoriah@gc.cuny.edu212.817.2070


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