Global Roots of Resistance: Student Activism, Decolonization, and Creating an Anti-Racist World

University of Michigan School of Education—Black Lives Matter at School Week of Action (2021)

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Moderated by Dr. Charles H.F. Davis III, Assistant Professor in the Center for the Study of Higher and Postsecondary Education, this panel features student activists from South Africa and the U.S. discussing how to sustain student movements in the face of repression.

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