February 28, 2018

Civil Rights as Geospatial: The African American Freedom Struggle as Counter-Mapping and Radical Plack Making
Time: 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Location: Morgan Hall 109
Description: Civil rights struggles, where spectacular moments of a formal protest or the daily acts of defiance, often involve the strategic planning and mobilization of resources, bodies, and information. In other words, African-America Resistance was and is a matter of work the product and process of physical, emotional and social labor.

*Sponsored by Department of Geography, GIS and Meteorology*
Contact Information:
 Michael R Williams
 Phone: 3092982220
 Email: mr-williams2@wiu.edu
Source: Gwendolyn Brooks Cultural Center

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