Centre for Research in Race and Rights (C3R)

Events

Journey to Justice schools and colleges outreach programme

Date
01/04/2017 (00:00) - 01/06/2017 (00:00)
Description
Aspart of the Nottingham Journey to Justice exhibition and in partnership with Galleries of Justice, Cultures, Languages and Area Studies outreach is delivering a range of events and activities for schools and colleges. These activities are inspired by and linked to the Journey to Justice stories of the fight for social justice from the Civil Rights war in the U.S. to the challenges and issue local people in Nottingham face today.

Blowing the Whistle on Street Harassment of Women

Blowing the Whistle on Street Harassment of Women
Date
28/03/2017 (17:30-19:00)
Location:
Trent A21
Description
In July last year, Nottingham became the first city in the UK to expand definitions of hate crime to include misogyny

Women's History Month Zine Workshop

Women's History Month Zine Workshop
Date
23/03/2017 (17:00-20:00)
Location:
Nottingham Writers' Studio
Description
During the 3-hour workshop we will find out more about zines, discuss topics and themes that affect women locally and worldwide, and write, draw, design and create a zine that will be printed and distributed once Women's History Month has ended

Making Women's History: Feminist Archives and the Stories They Tell

Making Women's History: Feminist Archives and the Stories They Tell
Date
22/03/2017 (17:30-19:00)
Location:
A1 Highfield House
Description
Please join the Rights and Justice RPA, the Centre for Research in Race and Rights and Journey to Justice Nottingham for a talk from Dr Kate Dossett, Senior Lecturer in American History, The University of Leeds on the importance of feminist archives

Withering Pasts Or a Rasanblaj of Peculiarities

Withering Pasts Or a Rasanblaj of Peculiarities
Date
16/03/2017 (17:00-18:30)
Location:
Barbara Strang Teaching Centre 1.46, Newcastle University
Description
Using chants, poetry, and photography to confront the past, which looms too largely in the present, Gina Athena Ulysse meditates on historical silences, rebellious rage, and the sacred to affirm ancestral and political imperatives necessary for Black sel
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Centre for Research in Race and Rights (C3R)

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