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More than a Slogan: Understanding the Historical Context of Black Lives Matter | Speakers

Teaching African American Studies Winter Institute
February 6–10, 2023 at the National Humanities Center

North Carolina Central University
Global Endowment Management

  • AD Carson


  • Chiyuma Elliott

    Associate Professor of African American Studies, University of California, Berkeley


  • Elizabeth Hinton


  • Robin D. G. Kelley

    Distinguished Professor and Gary B. Nash Endowed Chair in U.S. History, University of California, Los Angeles


  • Jarvis McInnis

    Cordelia & William Laverack Family Assistant Professor of English, Duke University


  • Ashanté M. Reese

    Assistant Professor of African and African Diaspora Studies, The University of Texas at Austin


  • J.T. Roane

    Assistant Professor of Geography and Africana Studies, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey


  • Carolyn Streets

    Humanities Teacher, Engineering & Science University Magnet School, Fulbright Distinguished Awards in Teaching Fellow, New Haven, CT


  • Jakobi Williams
    (NHC Fellow, 2016–17)

    Ruth N. Halls Associate Professor and Chair, Department of African American and African Diaspora Studies and Department of History, Indiana University


  • Yohuru Williams

    Distinguished University Chair and Professor of History; Founding Director of the Racial Justice Initiative, University of St. Thomas