Black Lives Matter: Understanding the Reason Behind Protest and Unrest


Date and Time
Tuesday, July 14, 2020
6:00pm— 7:00pm
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Location
Virtual

With a focus on current events, police brutality, juvenile justice, and prison reform how are activists today forging change for our communities? Our conversation will reflect on the impact of the Black Lives Matter since 2016.

Host: Penn Spectrum on the Road
Speakers:
Ginneh Akbar, GRS 12, Professor of Social Work and Chair of the Department, West Chester University
Judith Brown Dianis, W87 Executive Director, Advancement Project
Christopher Sample, WEV03, Chief of Staff to Kenyatta Johnson
Moderator: 
Michael Hanchard, PAR24, Department Chair Africana Studies, Gustave C. Kuemmerle Professor of Africana Studies 

Contact Information

Marvin Rocha
marvin@upenn.edu

Date & Location

Date: 7/14/2020
Time: 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM Eastern Time
Location: The participation link will be sent in the confirmation email.


Map & Directions

Virtual

by public transit by car by bike Walking