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2023 AFRICAN AMERICAN HERITAGE MONTH VIRTUAL ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION ON “BLACK RESISTANCE”

Date
February 2, 2023
Time
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Cost
Free
Organizer’s Site
zoomgov.com/j/1605753317

Join the Office of Mayor Karen Bass; Dr. Lura Daniels-Ball, President, Our Authors Study Club, Inc.; Curren D. Price, President Pro Tempore, Los Angeles City Council, Councilman, Ninth District; Marqueece Harris-Dawson, Councilman, Eighth District; Heather Hutt, Councilwoman, Tenth District; Board of Public Works President Pro Tempore Mike Davis and the Board of Public Works; Honorary Chair Michael Lawson, President, and CEO, Los Angeles Urban League; the 2023 African American Heritage Month Committee; and the Department of Cultural Affairs (DCA) to witness an engaging discussion of the National Black History theme during our Annual Round Table Discussion.

Moderated by popular co-anchor of ABC7 Eyewitness News, Marc Brown, join local scholars: Dr. Maulana Karenga, Chair, Africana Studies, CSULB; Dr. Julianne Malveaux, Dean, College of Ethnic Studies, California State LA; Dr. Donna Nicol, Chair, Africana Studies, CSUDH; Dr. Boris Ricks, Director, Center for Southern California Studies, CSUN; and Dr. Francille Rusan Wilson, American Studies & Ethnicity, History, Gender & Sexuality Studies, USC who will discuss and expand on the 2023 national Black History theme for African American Heritage Month, Black Resistance.

 

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