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We Are Still Here. Remembering. Reaffirming. Resilience
February 12, 2021 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
On Friday, February 12, Saint Mary’s will welcome Dr. Angela Davis, who will offer a keynote address and moderated discussion as part of African Heritage Month. This event will take place on Zoom and is open to students, faculty, staff, alumni, and members of the public.
Attendees are asked to sign-up and pre-submit questions for this event at smu.ca/blackstudent/events. This keynote and moderated dialogue will offer the opportunity for participants to engage in conversation with Dr. Davis. As with all university events, attendees are expected to conduct themselves in a respectful manner and contribute to this discussion in an open and non-judgemental environment.
Dr. Angela Davis is a celebrated African American activist, scholar, feminist, and author. Named as TIME’s 1971 Woman of the Year, Davis is described as a radical thinker and legend who has continued to advocate for civil rights and is a champion for social justice.
Questions about this event can be sent to Charisma Grace, Saint Mary’s African Nova Scotian/Black Student & Community Liaison at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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