The killing of George Floyd by Minneapolis police on May 25th, 2020, has led to protests around the world, and urgently lifted racism and police violence against African Americans to the top of our country’s social and political agenda. For many of us, the situation may feel hopeless. “What can I do?” Join us for a talk and discussion on what you can do to fight racism, both as an individual practice and by taking collective action.
Bio: Katja Antoine holds a Ph.D. in Anthropology from the University of California, Los Angeles. Her research expertise is on the topics of race, gender, and performance. She has also worked as a university lecturer, consultant, workshop leader, and writer on the topics of race, gender, and U.S. culture. She is currently the Program and Research Developer for the UCLA Center for the Study of Women, and lives in Los Angeles.
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Sponsor: Cong.B’nai Tikvah