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Beyond the Screen

Global Connections
Tuesday, February 15
5:30 - 6:30 pm
Cost: Free
An open discussion on the power of media and how Black individuals have harnessed it to shape American discourse, culture, and society

Join Global Connections and Erica Turner, Executive Director of the civic organization Bridge The Divide, for a virtual discussion on how media has been used by Black individuals throughout history to both enact social and political change, and exert influence upon society. The event is free of charge, and falls into the Black History Month Planning Committee's 2022 theme of "Melanin in Media: The People, The Culture, The Blackprint".

Meeting link info to come on our Instagram bio! 

 https://uwmadison.zoom.us/j/97204854022?pwd=M3JqeFhaZ3BLd3NlY1M4RHo2K1M3Zz09

 

Join Global Connections and Erica Turner, Executive Director of the civic organization Bridge The Divide, for a virtual discussion on how media has been used by Black individuals throughout history to both enact social and political change, and exert influence upon society. The event is free of charge, and falls into the Black History Month Planning Committee's 2022 theme of "Melanin in Media: The People, The Culture, The Blackprint".

Meeting link info to come on our Instagram bio! 

 https://uwmadison.zoom.us/j/97204854022?pwd=M3JqeFhaZ3BLd3NlY1M4RHo2K1M3Zz09

 

Presented by:

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WUD Global Connections

Jasmine Machhi
globalconnections@union.wisc.edu

Executive Director of Bridge The Divide

Erica Turner

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