We Who Believe in Freedom Cannot Rest: Lessons from US Black Feminism-Patricia Hill Collins (Maryland)

by | Apr 15, 2015

When it comes to feminism, anti-racism, and similar social justice projects, the true test lies less in how we celebrate victories, but rather in how we respond to defeat. In her talk, she sketches out three ideas or “lessons” culled from the rich tapestry of Black feminism in the U.S. that might inform contemporary social justice projects.

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This event is co-sponsored by the Rhodes Project, The Black Association of Rhodes Scholars, and Merton College. The Q & A Session is hosted by The Black Association of Rhodes Scholars.

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