- Degree Programs
Manning Marable Conference
Thursday, April 26, 2012 - 8:00am - Sunday, April 29, 2012 - 6:30pm
Presented in co-sponsorship by
scholars, students, activists and community residents discuss the creation of a more just world new ideas to fight structural racism, capitalism and local/global socioeconomic crises social analysis and grassroots activism radical struggles of workers, women, poor, people of color, gays/lesbians, immigrants, prisoners
ANGELA DAVIS with MUMIA ABU JAMAL (via conference call)
Manning Marable and Black Studies; Mass Incarceration; Black Feminism; Malcolm X; Urban Housing; Hip Hop and Occupy; Prison Writings; School Closure; Black Marxism; Colorblind Racism; Reproductive Health; Ghetto Tax; Police Brutality; Arab Spring; LBGT Activism; Theorizing The Help; Voter Suppression; Justice for Palestine; Black Intellectuals and Activism; Black Men Against Sexism; Immigrant Detention; Racial Health Disparities; Teens Speak Out; Politics of Tattooing; Islamaphobia; Politics of Graffiti
As the conference approaches, we will use our Facebook group to initiate discussion of specific panel topics and larger conference themes. There may be opportunities for presenters to post excerpts from their talks or to link related sites. This conference is about building and expanding networks of fellowship, camaraderie and activism. Beginning the conversation early will enhance our effectiveness and focus come April. We also expect to discuss and organize post-conference initiatives in advance. Please join our Facebook group.
Dr. Marable's publishers (Palgrave Macmillan and Penguin) have agreed to donate close to 50 copies of his books to prisoners through the Books through Bars program in Brooklyn. Authors, would you please bring a soft copy of your book to the conference for donation? Make your pledge today at email@example.com.
Best Paper Prize (for graduate students and Independent scholars)
Dr. Marable's publishers are sponsoring a prize for the best paper by a graduate student presented at the conference. The prize? Six books. One copy of Malcolm X: A Life of Reinvention and five copies of your choice from Palgrave's Critical Black Studies Series or Contemporary Black History series. Just email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with PRIZE in the subject line before May 4 and attach a copy of your paper and we'll get back to the winner before May 30. It's as simple as that!
*There is no unauthorized recording or videotaping is allowed at any of the conference sessions.*
Media/ Press Credientials
*Registration does not guarantee seating. All seating is first come, first seated. Rooms will be closed at legal capacity*
Conference registration is for capacity tracking and to send registered attendees any schedule changes that may affect their attendance.