Part of the Get Up Stand Up! collaboration between New Art Exchange and NCCL at Galleries of Justice Museum, exploring the idea of international civil rights with young people.
Members of the Centre for Research in Race and Rights are providing a dialogues series to accompany the exhibition, as part of the British Academy Rising Star Engagement project on Race and Rights, which runs from 2015-16. Please join us for this monthly series where leading activists and academics will be in dialogue with the artists who contributed to this global civil rights project. Each dialogue will feature material and performances from the project, provocative conversation, audience debate and final action points, on topics ranging from the criminal justice system to immigration and trafficking to the Black Lives Matter movement.
In this debate, Jagdish Patel (The Monitoring Group), Janna Graham (Centre for Research in Race and Rights) and Lauri Johnson (Boston College) will discuss “Racial Equality and Antiracism: How to Rethink Identity and Belonging”
Free, open to all, register online. For more information on other events in the series, visit the C3R website.
Tags: C3R, Centre for Research in Race and Rights, debate, equality, Get Up Stand Up!, Janna Graham, New Art Exchange, race
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