From Bus Boycotts to Occupy Wall Street: Black Activism in America » Cleveland
From the civil rights movement of the 50’s and 60’s to modern day issues of racial profiling and wealth concentration, African American activists have a proud tradition of fighting for social change.
Join Pam Brooks, associate professor at Oberlin College, for a conversation about the historical contributions of African American activists and how today’s activists and coalition partners are working for change.
This is the first presentation in the 2012 Brown Bag Lecture Series. View the entire series here.