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Previous Lecture Recordings
July Lecture: Land of the Free featuring Jasmyne Henderson and Brittney Butler
August Lecture: Taking Up Space featuring Dr. Arrianna Planey
September Lecture: Same Script, Different Caste featuring Paul Cuadros
November Lecture: Disabusing Disability featuring Dr. Oluwaferanmi Okanlami
Pre-Readings & Supplemental Materials
Juneteenth Lecture, June 16, Dr. William Sturkey
- Hattiesburg: An American City in Black and White
- Proposal calls for free tuition for descendants of slaves who built UNC-Chapel Hill
Land of the Free Lecture, July 1, Attorney Jasmyne Henderson & Brittney Butler, PhD (c), MPH
Taking Up Space Lecture, August 5, Dr. Arrianna Planey
Interrogating Status Quo Lecture, October 5, Kendra Johnson and Rebby Kern (Equality NC)
- [Video 30 mins] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IlZ1fB-FD9o — Life on the Margins: We the People — Black Queer writer, Ijeoma Olou, author of So You Want To Talk About Race, discussing activating for the needs of Black communities right now (July 2020)
- [Article 5 minute read] https://www.nbcnews.com/feature/nbc-out/what-does-it-mean-be-black-queer-america-today-n1231500 — What does it mean to be Black and queer in America today? — Black LGBTQ leaders — including “Pose” star Dominique Jackson, lawmaker Andrea Jenkins and advocate Tiq Milan — joined NBC’s “Pride and Protest” town hall. (June 2020)
- The above article includes a 50-minute video Pride in Protest: Being Black and Queer in America.
- Lecture slides are available for download at this link