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Professor Perspectives: History of Black Women Organizing

Join Assistant Professor of History and African American Studies Paula Austin in a discussion on Black women’s organizing efforts from the late 19th through 21st century: voting rights, racial justice, and mutual aid.This discussion is co-sponsored by the Center for Gender, Sexuality & Activism and Umoja, the Black Student Union.

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