This is the fourth event as part of the series Race, Rebellion, and Global Solidarity. Amidst the ruins of a dying order desperately trying to maintain its grip, we are living in an era marked by massive economic disparities, the rise of authoritarianism and explicit white nationalism, Black freedom movements and the calls for abolition, the normalization of the “War on Terror” and the unfinished projects of decolonization, amongst other repressive forces and insurgent voices. How did we get here? And how do we chart a course forward? This talk will explore the artists, thinkers, and movement builders who we can think with as we seek to create a world that does not yet exist. This is a hybrid event.
Perpetual War and Permanent Unrest: A Reckoning
4:00 pm to 6:00 pm
Dr. Sohail Daulatzai, Professor of Film and Media Studies, African American Studies, and Global Middle East Studies, University of California Irvine
4130 Posvar Hall and Zoom