Black History Month Teach-in Series - With Marco McWilliams

Last date was Thursday, February 25th, 2021 from 6:00pm to 7:30pm (ET)

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When registering you can select to register to one workshop at a time!

Thursday, 4 Feb. @ 6pm

The Mau Mau Rebellion: How a Kikuyu Women Warriors in Colonial Kenya Helped to Create a Land Revolution That Liberated a Nation and Inspired a Generation of Black Radicals in the US.

Thursday, 11 Feb. @ 6pm
Black Collectives: A Radical History of Black Cooperative Economic Thought and Practice.

Thursday, 18 Feb. @ 6pm
The Real Montgomery Bus Boycott: How Working-Class Black Women Broke the Chains of Segregation and Furthered the Struggle for Black Liberation.

Thursday, 25 Feb. @ 6pm
RI Slave State: A Critical Exploration into Rhode Island's Central Role in Helping to Make the U.S. a Slave Society, and the Moral Call for Reparations.
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