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Black Women in U.S. Politics from 1920 to 2020

Poster with Black Women in U.S. Politics from 1920 to 2020 event informationFriday, December 4, 2020

3:00 to 4:30 PM ET

Register for the Zoom webinar at: https://bit.ly/3nCyQyk

 

Featured speakers:

Nadia Brown, Associate Professor and University Faculty Scholar in the Department of Political Science & African American Studies and Research Center, Purdue University

Julia Jordan-Zachery, Professor and Chair, Africana Studies, UNC-Charlotte

Erika Wilson, Associate Professor of Law, Wade Edwards Distinguished Scholar, Thomas Willis Lambeth Distinguished Chair in Public Policy, UNC-Chapel Hill

 

Moderated by:

Kia Caldwell, Professor, African, African American and Diaspora Studies, UNC-Chapel Hill

Ronald Williams, Assistant Professor, African, African American and Diaspora Studies, UNC-Chapel Hill

 

Sponsored by the Department of African, African American and Diaspora Studies, UNC-Chapel Hill

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