Our panelists explore alternative futures through Black, Indigenous and queer perspectives.
- Walidah Imarisha, assistant professor, Black Studies
- Grace Dillon, professor, Indigenous Nations Studies
- Kai Cheang, visiting scholar, Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies
The @ This Moment series provides a space for our researchers to share their work with the community and help provide context for better understanding and responding to this moment in history.
Social justice, Indigenous peoples -- Civil rights, Minorities, African Americans, Queer theory
Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies | Race, Ethnicity and Post-Colonial Studies | Social Justice
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Imarisha, Walidah; Dillon, Grace L.; and Cheang, Kai Hang, "Imagining a More Just Future" (2021). At This Moment Webinar Series. 10.