Organizing Stories: Toward a Scholarly-Activist Praxis

Wed, Oct 21, 2020, 4:30 pm
Location: 
via Zoom
Audience: 
Public / Open To All
Speaker(s): 
Sponsor(s): 
Princeton Humanities Council
Center for Human Values
Department of African American Studies
African Humanities Colloquium
Dean of the Faculty
English Department

Organizing Stories

Organizing Stories is a student-driven project coordinated by Professors Autumn Womack and Monica Huerta that investigates the long histories of anti-racist activism, racial justice organizing, and coalition-building as they relate to questions of narrative, storytelling, and humanistic study more broadly.

 Organizing Stories is excited to host Reverend Dr. Liz Theoharis for our first workshop event on Wednesday, October 21st at 4:30 PM.

The Reverend Dr. Liz Theoharis is the Director of the Kairos Center for Religions, Rights, and Social Justice at Union Theological Seminary, and the Co-Chair of the Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival, a movement which builds on the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s work and has emerged as one of the nation’s leading coalitions for social change.

During her workshop, the Reverend Dr. Liz Theoharis will lead students in a spirited process of piecing together and piecing apart how organizers think about, make use of, and evolve narrative(s) in changing social and political contexts as a fundamental building block of their anti-racist organizing work.

All interested participants will receive an event invitation after completing the RSVP form.

Organizing Stories extends deep gratitude to the Princeton Humanities Council, the Center for Human Values, the Department of African American Studies, the African Humanities Colloquium, the Dean of Faculty, and the English Department for sponsoring the Organizing Stories workshop series. 

Event Recording Notice: All in-person, video, and audio-based events may be recorded. By engaging in the above event, you consent to be photographed, filmed, and otherwise recorded for future department use. Participants waive all rights and any claims for payment or royalties connected with any exhibition, social media, or other publication of the materials. Please note you can hide your camera and/or mute your microphone at any time during a video and audio-based events.


 

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