Local Solidarities and Transregional Connections: Can Haverford Move in a New Direction?

Thursday, February 11, 2021
4:30 PM - 5:45 PM (ET)
OCL Online
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Reception/Community Gathering
Miller, Julie M
Center for Peace and Global Citizenship

What would things be like if Haverford adopted a more solidary, community-engaged approach to its thinking and acting? What would it mean to center what we do on diverse and interconnected perspectives? How can these approaches promote the anti-racist, anti-classist, and other inclusive work called for by the strike? Join historian of the Afro-Latin diaspora Evelyne Laurent-Perrault, scholar of police violence Stuart Schrader, student of empire and South-South migration Michael James, as well as Haverford faculty Andrew Friedman, Jim Krippner, and Tom Donahue-Ochoa for a discussion and teach-in on these questions.

Zoom link and password to be sent out in CPGC newsletter (sign up here) and Haverford Daily Digest the week of the event.

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