Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are not hosting in-person events at this time. Please check back for information about virtual events in fall 2020.
Black Womxn Organizing for Justice: Then & Now
Thursday, October 8 | 5 - 6:15 p.m.
Learn from Historian, Dr. Nishani Frazier, and Milwaukee activist, Dynasty Ceasar, about the ways Black womxn have and continue to organize for justice and freedom. Local communications leader, Vivian King, will moderate a discussion connecting the panel’s remarks to the current Movement for Black Lives.
Dr. Nishani Frazier, Associate Professor of American Studies and History at University of Kansas, will share how the Congress of Racial Equity (CORE) and three Black Womxn (Pauli Murray, Ella Baker, and Ruth Turner) used nonviolence and Gandhian Satyagraha in the 1960s Freedom Movements.
Dynasty Ceasar will share her experience as a community organizer and how Black womxn are organizing their Milwaukee neighborhoods for change.
Sponsored by Marquette University Center for Peacemaking and Center for Urban Research, Teaching & Outreach (CURTO).
Ignatian Peacemaking Panel
Our signature event of the spring semester will highlight examples of hope and resilience in the tradition of Ignatian peacemaking. More details coming soon.
Peace Studies Virtual Gatherings
Are you a Marquette student interested in discussing peace and nonviolence with fellow students? Email email@example.com for event notices. These events are open to all Marquette students, even if you are not a Peace Studies major or minor.