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You're Invited: "Redefining Justice and Freedom for Everyone"—A Talk by Dr. Angela Davis
Please join us for
Redefining Justice and Freedom for
A Talk by Dr. Angela Davis
Friday, March 4, 2022 5:30 p.m. (EST)
Kirkpatrick Chapel 81 Somerset Street New Brunswick, NJ 08901
Space is limited. Registration is required to attend
Through her activism
and scholarship over many decades, Angela Davis has always
emphasized the importance of building communities of struggle
for economic, racial, and gender justice. Having helped to
popularize the notion of a “prison industrial complex,” she now
urges her audiences to imagine a world without prisons and to
help forge a 21st-century abolitionist movement.
is Distinguished Professor Emerita of History of Consciousness
and of Feminist Studies at University of California Santa Cruz.
Her most recent book is Abolition. Feminism. Now. (Haymarket Books,
visit is in conjunction with the exhibitionAngela Davis—Seize
the Time, on view through June 15 at Rutgers’
Zimmerli Art Museum. The exhibition presents a compelling
and layered narrative through archival materials and
contemporary art to trace Davis’s journey from embattled
college professor to subject of an unprecedented international
effort to free an incarcerated Black woman to a preeminent
voice on human rights and justice.
register for the event by February 25. If you have questions, please email
Kristy Neihart at email@example.com.
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