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Professor Barbara Ransby joined Chicago Public Radio’s (WBEZ-FM 91.5) “Worldview” program for a segment on voter registration and activism. 

Professor Barbara Ransby interviewed by Vocalo Radio’s “Morning Amp” about her new book on the history of the Black Lives Matter movement.

Professor Barbara Ransby receives 2018 Donahue Justice Award at Grassroots Collaborative's 2018 People's Gala. 

Professor Jennie Brier gives talk at Oberlin, "Toward's a Living Women's History of HIV/AIDS: Can History Make You Healthy?" 

Professor Barbara Ransby interviewed by Chicago Public Radio (WBEZ-FM 91.5) about her new book on the history of the Black Lives Matter movement.

Professor Kishonna Gray celebrates release of two books. Dr. Gray is co-editor of both Feminism in Play (Palgrave) and Woke Gaming (University of Washington Press).





Professor Jennifer Brier Speaks on VISUAL AIDS Panel

Oct 22, 2018
GWS Professor Jennifer Brier participated in a panel discussion titled "VISUAL AIDS: Documents: Art, AIDS & Activism in Chicago. The panel followed a screening program including video diaries, documentary footage, and oral histories; the project surveys 30 years of media production by activists, artists and educators working against HIV and AIDS in Chicago.

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