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Black Lives Matter (BLM) formed in 2013 as a decentralized social movement confronting anti-Black violence in the United States. In unforeseen ways, BLM has gained new momentum and forms while moving far beyond U.S. borders. In this live webinar, Torin Jones (Stanford) will speak with Camilla Hawthorne (UC Santa Cruz) and Angelica Pesarini (NYU Florence) about the Black Lives Matter movement in Italy, focusing on he Italian histories, geographies, and social and cultural processes that contour unique forms of blackness and BLM.
Camilla Hawthorne, Assistant Professor, Sociology and Critical Race & Ethnic Studies, University of California, Santa Cruz
Torin Jones, Doctoral Student in Anthropology, Stanford University
Angelica Pesarini, Faculty in Social and Cultural Analysis at New York University Florence
Event Sponsor: The Department of Anthropology, The Center for Global Ethnography, The Europe Center