featuring Emory Douglas, revolutionary artist and the BPP's Minister of Culture
& Akinsanya Kambon, painter, sculptor, and author of the Black Panther Coloring Book
Clyde Woods Memorial Lecture
"Revolutionary Art and Black Liberation:
The Black Panther Party to Black Lives Matter and Beyond"
Monday, November 14, 2016
MultiCultural Center Theater
The lecture will be followed by a reception
Intergenerational Activist Dialogue
A community discussion promoting youth voices and youth leadership in collaboration with various generations of those in struggle for social justice.
Sunday, November 13, 2016
11 a.m.—1 p.m.
La Casa de la Raza
601 E. Montecito St, Santa Barbara
Light lunch following the dialogue
RSVP for the lunch to Rosa Pinter (email@example.com, 805-893-3914)
For more information, visit our Events page.
Journal of Haitian Studies: Special Issue on the US Occupation of Haiti
The Journal of Haitian Studies, a CBSR publication, has published a special issue on the occupation of Haiti by US Marines from 1915 to 1934—a defining event in the nation’s history. Guest-edited by Jeffrey W. Sommers and Ermitte St. Jacques, the special issue contains articles from leading scholars on history of the occupation and its cultural, political, social, and economic legacies.
To purchase a copy or view a full list of articles, click here.
Announcing a new journal!
Kalfou: A Journal of Comparative and Relational Ethnic Studies has launched through a partnership between the UCSB Center for Black Studies Research and Temple University Press. Edited by George Lipsitz, the journal is designed to connect anti-subordination scholarship to the ideas, experiences, archives, and imaginaries of organic intellectuals, activists, and artists from aggrieved communities.
Following the legacies of the Black radical tradition, the journal is interdisciplinary, international, intergenerational, and intersectional in its approaches to engaged anti-racist scholarship and civic work, as its contributors strive to create a world transcending citizenship.
Electronic Publication: Black California Dreamin'
Black California Dreamin': The Crises of California's African-American Communities presents a diverse group of essays highlighting particular issues facing black communities in California. In this co-edited volume, the authors engage in thought-provoking analyses that include topics such as gentrification, education, foreclosures, homelessness, migration, incarceration, entrepreneurship, urban renewal, gun violence, youth violence, community building, asset stripping, black-brown relations, art as resistance, and the criminalization of poverty. The volume serves as an interdisciplinary contribution to the body of work in Black California Studies. Co-edited by: Ingrid Banks, Gaye Johnson, George Lipsitz, Ula Taylor, & Daniel Widener.
Click here for the electronic version: http://escholarship.org/uc/item/63g6128j