[act-ma] 2/26 Assata Taught Me: Black Radicalism Past and Present, with Dr. Donna Murch
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Thu Feb 22 13:56:05 PST 2018
Assata Taught Me: Black Radicalism Past and Present, with Dr. Donna
* *When:* Monday, February 26, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
* *Where:* Urban League of Eastern Massachusetts
Donna Murch is associate professor of history at Rutgers University. She
has a forthcoming book of essays entitled, Assata Taught Me: State
Violence, Mass Incarceration and the Movement for Black Lives. In 2010,
Murch published the Phyllis Wheatley Prize award-winning monograph
Living for the City: Migration, Education and the Rise of the Black
Panther Party in Oakland, California . She has written for the Nation,
Boston Review, Jacobin, Black Scholar, and has appeared in Stanley
Nelson’s documentary, Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution.
Join us for a presentation and discussion on the influence of Black
radical history on the current movement for Black lives.
88 Warren St
Roxbury, Massachusetts 02119
This program is hosted by the Dudley Branch of the Boston Public
Library, the Fellowes Athenaeum, and the Urban League of Eastern
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