African and African American Studies and Women and Gender Studies
present the 2012 Sojourner Truth Lecture with two upcoming events.
On Wednesday February 29th, 2012, as a preface to the actual
lecture the next day, there will be a film screening of "Scarred
Justice: The Orangeburg Massacre 1968" in the Johnson Center
Cinema at 7:00PM. Filmmaker, activist, and writer Judy F.
Richardson will be present to discuss the film.
On Thursday March 1st, 2012 at 3:00PM in Mason Hall Room D3
A&B, the Sojourner Truth Lecture will be delivered with a
dialogue between Richardson, and writer and activist, Betty G.
Robinson. Both women are former members of the Student Non-violent
Coordinating Committee (SNCC), and will share their experiences as
women during the Civil Rights Movement. Associate professor of
History & Art History, Jennifer Ritterhouse, will moderate the
discussion. The lecture will be followed by a book signing and
reception in the atrium of Mason Hall.
Please join us for one or both events, and by all means share this
information with your colleagues, students, and peers. Thank you
for your time.
Mika'il A. Petin
703.993.4080 or 703.993.4085
Associate Director - African and African American Studies
Johnson Center 239F