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Friday, June 16 • 12:45pm - 1:45pm
Creating All-Black Spaces

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We will discuss the challenges and benefits to creating, maintaining and attending all-Black spaces. A conversation about all-Black spaces necessitates a conversation about what "Black" is and if it is necessary. Participants will leave with a wider and deeper understanding of the myriad experiences that fall under the "Black experience", a list of best practices for creating all-Black spaces and the outline of a collective statement.

Presenters
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Kandace Montgomery

Kandace Montgomery (She/They) is a Black queer, feminist, organizer and strategist, living out the legacy of her ancestors. She is a steering committee member for the BLM Minneapolis chapter and staff organizer with the BLM Network. Kandace graduated from the UMASS Amherst with a... Read More →
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Miski Noor

Communications Strategist, Black Lives Matter Global Network
Miski Noor (They) is an organizer and writer based in Minneapolis, MN where they work as a Communications Strategist for the Black Lives Matter Global Network & a leader with Black Visions Collective, the local BLM chapter. They are a graduate of the University of MN where they studied... Read More →
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Brianna Wilson

unaffiliated
Brianna/brilyahnt (They/she) is an artist, youth worker, organizer and former radio host from Minneapolis, MN with a vested interest in history, media and documentation as a form of resistance. They are co-founder and former member of Black Lives Matter Minneapolis and creator of... Read More →


Friday June 16, 2017 12:45pm - 1:45pm EDT
State Hall: Room 117
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