Power To All People: Historical and Contemporary Coalition Building

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Examining the historical precedents that laid the foundation for contemporary collaborative movements, this group of local activists and national scholars discuss the role and impact intersectional alliances have had--and continue to have--on salient issues such as healthcare, racial justice, and income equality.

 

Panelists

Devin Anderson, African American Roundtable
Jakobi Williams, author of Black Panther Coalition
A representative of El Pueblo MKE
Asian American and Pacific Islander Coalition of Wisconsin


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