Creating Home Through Time and Space: Black Feminist Practice

By African American Cultural Center, Interdisciplinary Studies, Student Leadership and Engagement, Women's Center

Friday, October 22, 2021 6:00pm to 8:00pm

Talley Student Union, Raleigh, NC 27606

https://diversity.ncsu.edu/aacc/
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The African American Cultural Center is celebrating 30 years of having a home at NC State University. As a commemoration of this physical commitment, the AACC invites you to celebrate with us as we kick off Red and White Week. 

Brittney Cooper is an acclaimed author, college professor, cultural critic, and activist, specializing in topics, such as African American women in current feminism, gender identity and sexuality, and racial equity. She is the author of books, such as Beyond Respectability, The Crunk Feminist Collection, and Eloquent Rage. Cooper also has written for New York Times and Time magazine - exploring topics such as feminism, racial equity and gender studies. Most recently Cooper has been working on conceptualizing a Black feminist conceptualization of time. You can learn more about Cooper and her work by watching this Ted Talk and visiting her website

The African American Cultural Center, Interdisciplinary Studies, College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Women and Gender Studies, NC State Women’s Center, Leadership and Student Engagement and the Wilson College of Textiles are hosting Cooper's visit.

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