BOOK: Scott on the Common Wind of Black Radicalism During Slavery

Finally!

Julius Scott, A Common Wind: Afro-American Organization in the Revolution Against Slavery (Verso, 2018).

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CONF: CAAS at 40: Research and Community Partnerships (UMich)

“The Center for Afroamerican and African Studies is proud to celebrate its 40th anniversary with the conference, CAAS at 40: Research and Community Partnerships. “This three-day conference will feature a keynote lecture by the Detroit-based author and activist Grace Lee Boggs, musical performance by the neo-artist Dwele and the jazz pianist Randy Weston and his African Rhythms Trio, and a series of panels by CAAS faculty, students and alumni that reflect the Center’s longstanding commitment to excellence in research, teaching, and community outreach. We hope that you will join us for the entire conference and the performances as we celebrate the first 40 years of CAAS at the University of Michigan!”

Thursday, March 18
Alumni Center

For more information: http:/www.lsa.umich.edu/caas

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