Drapetomania is a form of scientific racism that attempted to diagnose the desire for black freedom as a form of madness.
UNO Black Studies and Women & Gender Studies host Dr. LaToya Eaves gives insight into practices of black placemaking and how black liberation is a sign of redevelopment.
Her presentation will explore social justice commitments and how black gendered and sexual communities have kept their right to analyze their positions and places.
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