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The Department of Religious Studies invites you to join us for an inspiring evening of exploration and conversation with acclaimed activist, artist, and co-founder of the Black Lives Matter movement, Patrisse Cullors. In a thought-provoking lecture, Patrisse will delve into the intersection of abolition and art, inviting us to reimagine our collective future and the transformative power of creativity. Following the lecture, join us for a moderated conversation that delves deeper into topics such as building new worlds, the role of art and artists in social change, Patrisse's body of artwork and spirituality, and understanding abolition in our modern context. Get ready for an evening of insight, inspiration, and dialogue that will ignite our collective imagination and set us on a path towards liberation.


The event is sponsored by the Department of Religious Studies, the Spencer Museum of Art, the Office of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging, and the Department of Visual Arts.

  • Jack Shaw
  • Christina Knott
  • MC Mack
  • Eden Dattalo

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