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Past events
Talk by Joshua Myers: "The Black Radical Tradition; or a Poetics of a Liberation"
This lecture launches Land to Light On, a collaborative public programming series between the Wattis Institute and CCA's academic departments focusing on racial capitalism, abolition, and decolonization.



Joshua Myers is associate professor of Africana Studies at Howard University. He is a writer and editor of A Gathering Together: Literary Journal and the author most recently of We are Worth Fighting For: A History of the Howard University Student Protest of 1989. He is currently working on a biography of Cedric J. Robinson and a book on Black Studies and the nature and meaning of disciplinarity.

More information on the event is here.