Rights Talk

E10: Contemporary Pan-Africanism: Ghana, the US, and Black Lives Matter in a Neoliberal World with CCNY Prof. Justin Williams

November 17, 2020 CCNY Downtown
Rights Talk
E10: Contemporary Pan-Africanism: Ghana, the US, and Black Lives Matter in a Neoliberal World with CCNY Prof. Justin Williams
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Rights Talk
E10: Contemporary Pan-Africanism: Ghana, the US, and Black Lives Matter in a Neoliberal World with CCNY Prof. Justin Williams
Nov 17, 2020
CCNY Downtown

This episode features Justin Williams, CCNY Associate Professor of History at the Division of Interdisciplinary Studies. The conversation focuses on Contemporary Pan-Africanism, Ghana and politics in Africa more broadly, racism and US politics, and the Black Lives Matter Movement. The conversation also engages the challenges of homophobia, sexism, economic inequality, and climate change. 

Show Notes

This episode features Justin Williams, CCNY Associate Professor of History at the Division of Interdisciplinary Studies. The conversation focuses on Contemporary Pan-Africanism, Ghana and politics in Africa more broadly, racism and US politics, and the Black Lives Matter Movement. The conversation also engages the challenges of homophobia, sexism, economic inequality, and climate change.