MLK Citizenship and Social Justice Lecture Series
From the Civil Rights Movement to the Movement for Black Lives: How Organizing Continues to Save Communities
The public and AACC faculty, staff, and students are invited to hear Ralikh Hayes, activist and co-founder of Black Leaders Organizing for Change, lecture on African-American empowerment and social justice in his lecture “From the Civil Rights Movement to the Movement for Black Lives: How Organizing Continues to Save Communities."
The lecture will be followed by a question and answer with Hayes. Bring your questions regarding local activism, structural racism, the Baltimore Uprising and its relationship to the Black Lives Matter movement and more to this timely discussion about social justice in America today.
This event is sponsored by the AACC Office of Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, Access and Leadership (IDEAL). For more information, contact Professor Chris Mona 410-777-7028, email@example.com.
The MLK Citizenship and Social Justice Lecture Series seeks to bring thinkers from a spectrum of disciplines to our community to give insight and foster meaningful discussion into current social issues.