A Black Feminist Reading of the Movement for Black Lives: Resistance and the U.S. Left Reimagined

Barbara Ransby
Mar 20, 2017 | 6:30pm
Natalie Boymel Kampen Memorial Lecture in Feminist Criticism and History
James Room, 4th Floor Barnard Hall, New York, NY 10027

Barbara Ransby

Award-winning historian, writer, and longtime activist Barbara Ransby joins BCRW to give the 2017 Natalie Boymel Kampen Memorial Lecture in Feminist Criticism and History, “A Black Feminist Reading of the Movement for Black Lives: Resistance and the U.S. Left Reimagined.”
 
Ransby is Distinguished Professor of African American Studies, Gender and Women’s Studies, and History at the University of Illinois at Chicago where she directs the campus-wide Social Justice Initiative. Ransby is author of the highly acclaimed biography, Ella Baker and the Black Freedom Movement: A Radical Democratic Vision, which received eight national awards and international recognition, and Eslanda: The Large and Unconventional Life of Mrs. Paul Robeson. As an activist, Ransby was an initiator of the African American Women in Defense of Ourselves campaign in 1991, a co-convener of The Black Radical Congress in 1998, and a founder of Ella’s Daughters, a network of women working in Ella Baker’s tradition.
 
This event is free and open to the public. Registration is preferred but not required. Seating is available on a first-come, first-seated basis.

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