10/28

2019

Center for Global Humanities Lecture/Seminar Series

Acknowledging Black Trauma and Its National Effects

Portland Forum in Innovation Hall
Françoise Hamlin

Free and open to the public

What is black trauma? How can understanding black trauma and the damage it creates in individual and collective lives help us to think about the nation’s racial inheritance? Using a case study from the mass movement for civil rights, this lecture encourages a rethinking of activism, trauma, and its legacies—particularly given today’s current racially-charged political climate.

Address

Portland Forum in Innovation Hall
716 Stevens Avenue
Portland, ME 04103
United States

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Françoise Hamlin at Innovation Hall

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