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- Tuesday, October 12 at 7 pm – The Role Of Courts In Defending Indigenous Peoples’ Rights. In honor of the second Indigenous Peoples’ Day commemoration at Columbia University join us for the panel “The Role of Courts in Defending Indigenous Peoples’ Rights.
- Wednesday, October 13 at 5:30 pm – Gestures of Protest and Piety: Race, Politics, and Faith in the World of Sport. What work do gestures do in public culture? How does the body signal convictions and commitment? In this event, IRCPL brings together leading experts on sports, race, and religion to discuss the intersections of protest and piety in contemporary and historical perspective.
- Wednesday, October 13 at 6 pm – 2/13 Kwame Nkrumah, C.L.R. James and George Padmore. In this session with Adom Getachew, Revolution 2/13, we turn to the critical writings and actions of Kwame Nkrumah, C.L.R. James, and George Padmore. Speaking on their ambition to transform the world, not just create independent nations—and certainly not just diagnose the crises of imperialism.
- Thursday, October 14th at 3:30 pm – A Religious Right to Abortion? A historian, a clergy member, and an attorney discuss whether the right to religious liberty includes a right to access, provide and facilitate abortion care as a matter of conscience.
Fun French painting via Bwog Archives