Events

"The cost of liberty is less than the price of repression."

— W.E.B. Du Bois

Background image: National guardsmen and black men and boys are gathered outside a cafe in Chicago during the 1919 Red Summer
Image credit:
National guardsmen speak with black residents outside Chicago cafe in 1919. Photo by Jun Fujita. Courtesy of Chicago History Museum.

UPCOMING EVENTS

[CANCELLED] May 2-3: Performance - Joplin's Treemonisha

Scott Joplin's Treemonisha image

Sept. 12: Fearing the Black Body

FEARING THE BLACK BODY book image

Oct. 10: Film Screening - Barber of Birmingham

Barber of Birmingham photo

Sept. 21: Black Life - Michelle M. Wright

Michelle Wright head shot

Oct. 7: N. Faustine - I Was Brought Here to Stay

Nona Faustine Head Shot

Oct. 13: Reading - Tongo Eisen-Martin & more

Tongo-Eisen-Martin

Oct. 26: Black Life - Films by Ephraim Asili

American Hunger

Nov. 13: Marisa J. Fuentes

Marisa Fuentes head shot

Feb. 22: Gia White, Black History Mountain View Cemetery Tour

Gia White

Oct. 21: Nikki Jones - Color-Blind Cops

Nikki Jones Head Shot

Nov. 8: Afropop Spectacular

Afropop

Sept. 19 - Nov. 25: Marlon Riggs Film Series

Riggs film still

Feb. 1: interGeneration400

interGeneration400

Feb. 20: We Shall Overcome

We Shall Overcome

Feb. 24: Khiara Bridges - Imagining an Ethnography

Khiara M. Bridges' head shot

CANCELLED: Mar. 13: Jenifer Barclay - We Saw in Him Each of Us

Jenifer Barclay