October 14-16, 2010 UNH Durham, NH
The Politics of Race: Movements, Protests, Leaders, and Representation
The 2010 conference will explore varied and rich political ideologies and approaches, including the history of cultural, social, and political movements in New England from the 1700s to the present. Focusing on the Black experience, the conference will include presentations on strategies for self representation, the politics of race and freedom and the ways in which race shapes the political process.
The Black New England Conference is a 3-day conference that gathers scholars, teachers, researchers, community members and members of local organizations to share their work and insights on the Black experience past and present in New England. It is both an academic conference and a celebration of Black life and history in New England.
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