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Black Mobility and Safety: Guest Panels
In this seminar, we’ll listen, learn, reflect and respond to issues around mobility (physical, mental, socio-economical, political, etc) and safety for Black Americans through words, images, and sounds. This two-semester course is organized into a bildungsroman with two-week topics around living while Black. The first semester included birthing, breathing, sleeping, eating, and walking. This semester includes learning, voting, driving, working, and loving.

Feb. 23: Black Progress: John Akomfrah (The March) and Garrett Bradley (America)
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Mar. 2: Learning while Black: Anthony A. Jack (The Privileged Poor) and TBA
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Mar. 9: Holiday
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Mar. 16: Voting while Black: Darryl Pinckney (Blackballed: The Black Vote and US Democracy) and Nsé Ufot (New Georgia Project)
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Mar. 23: Holiday
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Mar. 30: Driving while Black: Frank Baumgartner (Suspect Citizen: What 20 Million Traffic Stops Tell Us About Policing and Race) and Gretchen Sorin (Driving While Black: African American Travel and the Road to Civil Rights)
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Apr. 6: Working while Black: TBA
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Apr. 13: Loving while Black: Dianne M. Stewart (Black Women, Black Love: America's War on African American Marriage) and TBA
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