The Black Power Movement; March 31, 2006

The Black Power Movement: Self-Determination, Transformation and Sabotage

Kathleen Cleaver
Senior Lecturer in Law, Emory School of Law, Emory University Senior Lecturer, Department of African and African American Studies, Yale University

Kathleen Cleaver, former National Press Secretary for the Black Panther Political Party, discusses her experiences in one of the most recognized and revered groups of the Black Power Movement. She also provides insight on the anti-colonial thesis of the Black Power Movement.

This lecture is held in conjunction with the conference, Race, Roots, Resistance: Revisiting the Legacies of the Black Power Movement to be held March 29-April 1, 2006.

Hosted by: African American Studies and Research Program

In conjunction with: African American Cultural Program, Asian American Studies Program, College of Education, Department of Anthropology, Department of English, Department of History, Department of Sociology, Gender and Women?s Studies Program, Illinois Program for Research in the Humanities, International Programs and Studies, Latina/o Studies Program, Native American Studies Program, S.P.E.A.K. Cafe, Unit for Cinema Studies, Women and Gender in Global Perspectives Program