Situating Black Lives Matter in the Political Climate of Colorblind 'Equality'.
November 11, 2015
November 18th, 2015 | 11am - 12:15pm | Africana Studies, Mesa Vista Hall, 4th Floor, Rm 4022
This discussion considers the politics of a Black Lives Matter Movement in an era that advances ideas of colorblind equality, while perpetuating anti-blackness.
Dr. Natasha Howard is faculty in Africana Studies & holds a PhD in Educational Thought & Sociocultural Studies from UNM’s College of Education. Her research area is in race in Latin America, critical race theory, and Black feminist theory.