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ARHU Dean's Colloquium Series on Race, Equity and Justice, Featuring Quincy Mills
Wednesday, February 17, 2021
9:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m.
Online
For More Information:
arichers@umd.edu
https://arhusynergy.umd.edu/events/arhu-deans-colloquium-series-race-equity-and-justice-featuring-quincy-mills

ARHU DEAN'S COLLOQUIUM SERIES ON RACE, EQUITY AND JUSTICE, FEATURING QUINCY MILLS

Wednesday, February 17, 2021 - 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM

As part of ARHU's campaign to address race, equity and justice in its curriculum, scholarship and programming, the Dean will be continuing her colloquium series this spring, 2021. These events introduce audiences to the expertise that ARHU faculty have in key areas and allow for dialogue with the experts and the Dean to engage in ideas for social action and change. 

Next colloquium features Quincy Mills, associate professor of History, who will discuss the role of economic autonomy and security in realizing the promises of democracy. His talk, "Movement Money: Crises, Relief, and Democratic Practice," considers whether there is or should be security in struggle. He brings together his previous scholarship on Black barber shops and his current research on grassroots fundraising for civil rights activism from the Scottsboro Boys to the Poor People's Campaign.

This Dean's Colloquium Series on Race, Equity and Justice is an ARHU Terrapin Strong event.

You must RSVP to attend. A Zoom link will be sent to all registered participants approximately 24-hours prior to the event. 

This talk will be recorded and archived for future viewing on our website.

For more information, please contact Ashley Richerson Miller at arichers@umd.edu

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