Angela Davis in conversation – live and online

angela davis in conversation

14 March, 2022 at 23.00 UTC
Event by Toronto Public Library

American political activist, philosopher, academic and author Dr. Angela Y. Davis joins Black Lives Matter Canada co-founder Sandy Hudson for a special in-conversation event.
Angela Davis has spent more than 50 years at the forefront of Black Liberation, Feminist, Queer, and prison abolitionist movements. Her seminal book, Angela Davis: An Autobiography, originally published in 1974 and edited by Toni Morrison, captures Davis’s formative years as a human rights activist and the journey that led her to become one of the most respected and recognized political activists of her generation.
Dr. Davis’s newest book, co-written alongside Gina Dent, Erica R. Meiners and Beth E. Richie, Abolition. Feminism. Now., deftly links together the history of abolitionist movements and the important role that Queer, anti-capitalist, and Women of Colour continue to play in vibrant community-based organizing.
Dr. Angela Y. Davis discusses her life-long dedication to activism and resistance with host Sandy Hudson.
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