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Human Rights Day Podcast Interviews

Sat, December 10th, 2022
12:00 pm

In recognition of International Human Rights Day, American Studies Senior Seminar Podcast Interviews focuses on Williams alumni engaged in civil and human rights advocacy. American Studies students in the Cuba, US, Africa, and Resistance to Black Enslavement, 1791-1991 seminar spent a semester analyzing the entwined histories of enslaved indigenous, Afro-Indigenous, African American communities and studied the trajectory of movements against racism, enslavement, and imperialism in the current era.

Podcasts will be housed on the Just Futures website.

This event is part of the 2022-2023 Captivity, Betrayal, Community Just Futures Roundtable series and is cosponsored by the Oakley Center and the Office of Institutional Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. Following the Just Futures Spring 2022 ENTWINED: Indigenous, Afro-Indigenous, African American roundtables, Captivity, Betrayal, Community examines how the historical impacts of enslavement and dispossession are confronted by contemporary educational and ethical endeavors.

 

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