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Papadakis Integrated Sciences Building - room 120

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Trayvon Martin: Race Matters

Saturday, July 27, 2013

2:00 PM-5:30 PM

In the wake of the Zimmerman verdict, many have expressed outrage, as exhibited through nationwide protests.  But where do we go from here?

Join the Africana Studies program for a candid panel discussion on race, justice and activism. This event will include:
 
  • Dr. Monteiro: distinguished lecturer; associate director of the Institute for the Study of Race and Social Thought – Temple University
  • Dr. Donald Tibbs: associate professor of law – Drexel; author of From Black Power to Prison Power: The Making of Jones v. North Carolina Prisoners' Labor Union
  • Shesheena Bray: counselor – Upward Bound Program – University of Pennsylvania; activist – Sankofa Community Empowerment; organizer – Askia Coalition Against Police Brutality
  • Gabriel Bryant: activist – Sankofa Community Empowerment; director – Young Men's Initiative – Philadelphia Futures; organizer – Askia Coalition Against Police Brutality; Radio Host – G-Town Radio)
Come with questions as well as solutions for change!

Co-sponsored by The College of Arts and Sciences.

Contact Information

Jacqueline Rios
215-895-6910
jsr62@drexel.edu