MLK Event — The Wayland Rudd Collection: Exploring Racial Imaginaries in Soviet Visual Culture

Online Ann Arbor, MI

Scholar, artist, and writer Yevgeniy Fiks presents an archive of Soviet media images of Africans and African Americans — from propaganda posters to postage stamps — mainly related to African liberation movements and civil rights struggles. The project is named after Wayland Rudd (1900-1952), a Black American actor who moved to the Soviet Union in 1932. Fiks brings together

Muslim Women in the Digital Age: Podcasting, Music, and Illustration with Misha Euceph, Emmen Ahmed, and Aint Afraid

Online Ann Arbor, MI

Muslim Women in the Digital Age: Podcasting, Music, and Illustration with Misha Euceph, Emmen Ahmed, and Aint Afraid February 18th, 2022 at 2:30pm ET RSVP: http://bit.ly/MuslimWomenDigital How do Muslim women define themselves in the digital age? How do Muslim women, particularly young Muslim women, experience the online world, and what role does the internet plays in

2022 ICPJ Latin America Caucus Speaker Series. Borders, Homeland Security & Bridges

Online Ann Arbor, MI

The Interfaith Council for Peace & Justice (ICPJ) Latin America Caucus (LAC), U-M Center for Latin American & Caribbean Studies, Wayne State University Center for Latino/a & Latin American Studies & Huron Valley DSA, presents the 2022 Speaker Series. Todd Miller writes a weekly post for The Border Chronicle. He has researchedand written about border issues

Global Health Community Special Event

School of Nursing - 2250 426 N Ingalls St, Ann Arbor, MI

Physician. Advocate. Humanitarian. Dr. Paul Farmer, co-founder of Partners in Health, was these things and more. Join friends from across the institution for a special event examining Dr. Farmer’s life, legacy, and impact on health disparities around the world. Led by U-M colleagues who knew, worked with and learned from Dr. Farmer, our discussion will