Past Events

Oct29

The Black Vote: A Guide to Navigating the 2020 Election

Thursday, October 29, 2020 6:30 PM

 The African and African American Studies Program and Student Engagement for Racial Justice are excited to be hosting an active workshop on the history of voter’s suppression and contextualizing its current presence in Black and Brown communities. 'The Black Vote:  A Guide to Navigating the 2020 Election' will serve as an opportunity for students to create their own personalized voting plan, which will help them navigate the many barriers that exist today. Participants will receive a “Black GMU Votes” face mask along with a digital “Voter’s Toolkit.” The event will be held on Thursday, October 29, 2020 at 6:30pm via Zoom. Students can register here https://bit.ly/3o91mZs.

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Oct8

Visiting Filmmakers Series Online: Black Lives Matter: Elegance Bratton with Pier Kids

Visiting Filmmakers Series

Thursday, October 8, 2020 1:30 PM to 3:00 PM
Online Location

Pier Kids interrogates the meaning of community within at-risk LGBT teens of colour who congregate around Christopher Street Pier in New York City. Elegance Bratton was one of Indiewire’s 25 LBGT faces to watch in 2019, Host Effie Brown is a producer, known for Real Women Have Curves and Dear White People.

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