“Trust Black Women: The Importance of Black Women in U.S. Politics” by Brittney Cooper,
NEXT WEEK - Sept. 4th
The College of Arts and Sciences’ Public Research Fellows program will present a talk by Brittney Cooper, “Trust Black Women: The Importance of Black Women in U.S. Politics,” on Friday, September 4, at 3:30 p.m, as part of the Public Research Fellows 2020-2021 Virtual Series. Cooper’s talk was postponed from its original March date, and in keeping with COVID-19 safety protocols, will take place via Zoom.
Cooper will explore the struggle for Black women’s suffrage and the historical role of Black women’s vote, making the case for why there is no progressive politics in America without Black women.