[Blackstudies-l] Democracy, Justice, and the Implications of the 2017 Election, Wed. Jan. 18

Emilye Crosby crosby at geneseo.edu
Tue Jan 17 14:56:12 EST 2017


> Dear Campus Community,
> 
> We invite you to attend this event situated midway between the national Commemoration of Dr. King and the Inauguration. Please consider attending and sharing the information with your friends. 

Please announce in classes, as we have had little time to publicize the event. 
> 
> Best wishes, 
> Emilye Crosby
> Professor of History and Coordinator of Black Studies
> 
> "Democracy, Justice, and the Implications of the 2016 Election,”
> 
> 	Jan. 18, 2017: 2:30-3:45: Union Ballroom
> 
>  A panel including: 
> 
> Amanda Roth, Philosophy Department and Women’s and Gender Studies, on LGBTQ issues
> 
> Scott Giorgis, Geological Sciences Department, on The EPA, Environmental Legislation, and Climate Change
> 
> Joe Cope, History Department, on The Politics of Fear in a Global Age
> 
> Justin Behrend, History Department and Black Studies, and Emilye Crosby, History Department and Black Studies, on Black Votes Matter from Reconstruction to the Present
> 
> Emilye Crosby
> Professor of History
> Coordinator of Black Studies
> crosby at geneseo.edu <mailto:crosby at geneseo.edu>
> Sturges Hall 13L
> 1 College Circle
> Geneseo, NY 14454
> 

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