The Writing Center @ MSU and ECWCA present as part of our Storytelling as Activism: A Speaker Series:
Dr. Lamar Johnson: "Blackness Is, Blackness Ain't: Racial Storytelling as Activism"
The Writing Center @ MSU, in collaboration with the East Central Writing Center Association, are happy to present our second event in our Storytelling as Activism: A Speaker Series.
Dr. Lamar Johnson will be giving his second talk: “Blackness Is, Blackness Ain’t: Racial Storytelling as Activism”
Date and Time: November 4, 2021, 1:00pm-2:30pm
Where: All talks will take place over Zoom. Link will be sent out the day to those who RSVP.
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