Why Black Studies Matters for Hawaiian Studies and Indigenous Studies
April 28, 12:00pm - 1:30pm
Mānoa Campus, Dean Hall 5/6
The Department of Ethnic Studies, Native Hawaiian Student Services, the Office of Student Equity, Excellence, and Diversity (SEED), HawaiÊ»i American Studies Association, and the Afrocentric Society of HawaiÊ»i invite you to a conversation on why Black Studies matters for Hawaiian Studies and Indigenous Studies featuring Robert Collins (American Indian Studies, San Francisco State University), Charles Lawrence (William S. Richardson School of Law), and Noelani Goodyear-Kaâ€˜Åpua (Political Science, UH-MÄnoa).
Free and open to the public.
Ethnic Studies, Native Hawaiian Student Services, Office of Student Equity, Excellence, and Diversity (SEED), Hawai'i American Studies Association, Mānoa Campus