Berkley Library: African American Resistance in America Jan 10

Berkley Library: African American Resistance in America Jan 10

Berkley, MI – Wednesday, January 10 at 6:30 p.m.

Today, “resistance” has become an important term for understanding US citizenship. But what is resistance? What does it meant to resist? In this talk, Alex Zamalin will briefly discuss the meaning of resistance in America, with a specific focus on the history of African American resistance. He will be drawing examples from his most recent book, Struggle on Their Minds: The Political Thought of African American Resistance. To register, visit or call 248-658-3440.

Berkley Public Library
3155 Coolidge Hwy.
Berkley, MI 48072


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