Agendas for Black Liberation: Past, Present, Future(s)


Add to My Calendar Thursday, February 18, 2021 6:00pm to 7:30pm


This Black History Month, the Center for Constitutional Rights elevates the powerful history of agendas for Black liberation within the U.S. and globally, through art, dialogue, and uplifting our movement partners. To honor Black history is to celebrate Black future(s). 

Join us for a virtual panel conversation with organizers and cultural workers on the impact of Black Liberation-oriented political agendas and policy platforms on the global Black Freedom Struggle throughout the 20th and 21st centuries. ASL Translation and live transcription will be provided for this event.

Please register to receive the access link and password.

Monifa Bandele, M4BL Policy Table & TIME’S UP Chief Operating Officer
Brian Kamanzi, Renewable Energy Engineer & Independent Researcher for the Tricontinental Institute for Social Research 
Amir Khadar, Multidisciplinary Artist

Moderated by maya finoh, Center for Constitutional Rights Advocacy Associate

This conversation is a pre-screening event for Nationtime - A Freedom Flicks Screening, which we will be hosting on Friday, February 19. Nationtime, the late William Greaves’ long-lost film, documents the 1972 National Black Political Convention held in Gary, Indiana. You can RSVP for the screening here.

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February 11, 2021