Description: Speaker: Professor Neve Gordon, Professor of Politics and Government, Ben-Gurion University
Prof. Gordon writes on issues relating to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and human rights. He is the author of Israel’s Occupation, coeditor of Torture: Human Rights, Medical Ethics, and the Case of Israel, editor of From the Margins of Globalization: Critical Perspectives on Human Rights, and a regular contributor to Al-Jazeera, In These Times, and the National Catholic Reporter.
Co-Sponsored by: Department of Anthropology, Department of Political Science, Social Change Program, the Anne Braden Institute for Social Justice Research, and A&S Dean’s Office
Description: Free Admission— the public is invited to attend
The concert provides an excellent opportunity to experience a variety of music performed by an HBCU choir. The choir will perform traditional church music, anthems, masses and contemporary gospel songs. North Carolina Central University is a public historically black university in the University of North Carolina System located in Durham, NC.
Description: “Soul Food Junkies” is a documentary about the history of African American food traditions, soul food’s present health effects and food justice. A discussion with film director Byron Hurt and a reception will follow the screening.
Description: The legacy of Mexican American farm worker and labor activist Cesar Chavez will be celebrated March 27-29 at the University of Louisville with a panel discussion, student marches and several documentary showings.
Description: Featured speaker: Jeff Obafemi Carr. This event is a part of CRI’s 2013 “Race and Masculinities Lecture Series.” It is co-sponsored by the Department of Pan-African Studies, Office of the Vice Provost for Diversity and International Affairs, and the Anne Braden Institute for Social Justice Research.