The Higher and Postsecondary Education Program
and co-sponsored by Black Lives Matter in Higher Education and the Teachers College Vice President's Diversity and Community Initiatives Grant Fund
Days of Resistance: Black Lives Matter in Higher Education
Oral History Exhibit Opening
Black Lives Matter in Higher Education (BLMHE) and the Higher and Postsecondary Education faculty and students are excited to present the opening of the Days of Resistance exhibit.
Days of Resistance is a site-specific multi-media oral history exhibition, across the 2nd floor hallway of Zankel, that reflects on how activist student movements continue to inform and influence not just culture and politics, but also education. This participatory community oral history exhibit seeks to consider the place for these stories which focus on themes of social inequality within higher education. We are driven by the inspiration of the counter-legacy of Black student movements as manifested by BLMHE, and suggest how current actions that innovate on that tradition can offer alternative imaginations for a democratic future.
Wednesday, April 25, 2018
2nd Floor Hallway of Zankel
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