3 Online events celebrating the life and work of Fannie Lou Hamer
The Disability & Intersectionality Summit and the Disability Visibility Project invite you to a series of three free online conversations about the life and work of Fannie Lou Hamer, a civil rights activist who fought for the right to vote. The moderators and panelists in these events will discuss the new book by Dr. Keisha N. Blain, Until I Am Free: Fannie Lou Hamer’s Enduring Message to America, available now from Beacon Books.
You do not need to read the book to attend the events! There will be a giveaway of Dr. Blain’s book for 10 registered attendee at each event. ASL interpretation and CART provided.
November 3rd 5-6pm ET
Andraéa LaVant in conversation with Dr. Keisha Blain
November 13th 7-8pm ET
Conversation with Heather Watkins, Dr. Angel Miles and Dr. Sami Schalk moderated by Vilissa Thompson
December 9th 7-8pm ET
Conversation with Reyma McCoy McDeid, Azza Altiraifi, and Claudia Alick moderated by Yomi Wrong
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