Harambee House: Study, Struggle, and Radical Love
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About the Event
Utilizing historical research, alternative archives, and activist practices, Diane C.Fujino, Asian American Studies professor at the University of California, Santa Barbara, will discuss Afro-Asian solidarities and models of liberation as part of a broader struggle for local and global liberation. Fujino will speak about movement building, collective care, political education, and solidarity making as crucial components of Asian American and Black social movements. Influenced by the Black liberation movement, she has authored books on Asian American activism and is a core activist with the Ethnic Studies Now! Santa Barbara coalition and founding member of Cooperation Santa Barbara.