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Africa’s Evolving Forms of Political Critique and Social Movements
November 13, 2019 at 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
This panel discussion will feature case studies on Equatorial Guinea and Sudan. The selected panelists will represent perspectives and stories from across the continent. Participants include Tutu Alicante, Equatoguinean born human rights lawyer and executive director of EG Justice; Isma’il Kushkush, a Sudanese American journalist who has covered Sudan and contributed to The New York Times, The New Yorker, The Atlantic, The Nation, CNN, Aljazeera English, Guernica Magazine and others; and Cherie Ndaliko, assistant professor of music at UNC-Chapel Hill who has extensively researched how film and music act as catalysts of movements and socio-political transformation. This event is sponsored by the Carolina Seminar in African Ecology and Social Processes and a part of Africa Week at UNC-Chapel Hill. Light refreshments will be served.