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Black Feminist Study Hall

Saturday, March 28, 2020 at 1:00 PM

free entry
Online tickets not available

Saturday, March 28 at 1PM

Black Feminist Study Hall

1474 River St, Boston, MA 02136, USA

free entry
Online tickets not available
The Black Feminist Study Hall is an exploratory working group grounded in study, citation, and conversation. Black Feminism is one of the most important theoretical frameworks and political analyses we have in the struggle for collective liberation. Produced with the Black Studies Reading Room, this gathering takes root in the radical perspectives and experiences of Black womxn.

This study hall, we'll be reading Alexis Pauline Gumb's essay "The Sweetness of Salt" from adrienne marie brown's "Pleasure Activism." How does this essay impact how we view political work? How is political work rooted in our relationships to/ with others? You can find a PDF of Gumb's essay here (bit.ly/2VXV9Ea)

Light refreshments will be provided <3 All donations are greatly appreciated!

NOTE: this space is unfortunately not wheelchair accessible! If you'd like to attend remotely, please email us at printaintdead1@gmail.com.
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