A Litany for Survival: Black Lives Matter in the Age of Trump
In this dynamic talk, noted #blacklivesmatter community organizer Frank Leon Roberts (co-founder of the National Black Justice Coalition and professor of the nation’s first BlackLivesMatter college course) offers 10 original frameworks for approaching and understanding the contemporary movement for black lives.

This event is sponsored by the UC Berkeley School of Public Health DICE (Diversity Inclusion Community Equity) Committee and DREAM (Diversity Respect Equity Action Multiculturalism) Office, Black Staff & Faculty Organization, GenEq Resource Center, Haas Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society, African American Student Development Office, Black Student Union, Haas Office of Diversity Initiatives, and Division of Equity & Inclusion.

Monday, February 27 | 5-7 p.m. | 150 University Hall, UC Berkeley
This event is free and open to the public, however please register using this form if you plan to attend. If the event reaches capacity, registered guests will receive priority seating until 10 minutes before the scheduled start of the talk.
Frank Roberts co-founder of the National Black Justice Coalition and first BlackLivesMatter college course professor
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