The UA MLK Keynote address will feature prominent U.S. historian, Mathew C. Whitaker, and will engage students in a concise and provocative talk about race, class, gender, interracial alliances, Western racial etiquette, resistance and the history of the Civil Rights movement in Arizona.
Whitaker is currently the Arizona State University Foundation Professor of History and the founding director of the Center for Race and Democracy at ASU. An expert on U.S. history, civil rights, race relations, and social movements, Whitaker has authored or edited three books, with "Peace Be Still: Modern Black America from World War II to Barak Obama" being his forthcoming publication.
Friday January 17, 3-4:30pm in the Student Union Memorial Center, South Ballroom
Co-sponsors: Africana Studies Program, African American Student Affairs, Dean of Students, UA Cultural Centers