Filmmaker Issa Rae describes ‘do-it-yourself’ approach to success
At the invitation of the Center for the Study of Race, Politics and Culture, Issa Rae visited the University to speak with students, meet with local artists and participate in a public conversation in Mandel Hall with Jacqueline Stewart, professor in Cinema and Media Studies and the College
Krista Franklin’s “Like Water” exhibit explores female ability to shapeshift
"Combining visual art and writing, Like Water, now on view at the CSRPC, uses a fantastical story of shape shifting to examine themes of identity, power, self-determination, and the malleable nature of memory." Read more about the exhibition in this Chicago Maroon article.
CSRPC Associate Director Tracye Matthews on the Black Panthers’ Revolutionary Feminism
CSRPC Associate Director Tracye Matthews quoted in New York Times article on the Black Panthers' "Revolutionary Feminism."