[photo description: a Black woman protester at a NYC march wearing a yellow, pink, green, and blue Black Trans Lives Matter wings.}
You will learn about revolutionary texts from U.S. Black feminist history, stretching from 1977 to today. Your instructors will connect key ideas from these texts to the social movements today.
Lytevisuals is a New York based visual artist who specializes in bringing light to life through a variety of mediums. Her mission statement is to give a voice to the unheard and shed light on the overlooked. Over the past 6 years, Lytevisuals has concentrated her energies into photo-journalism and photo-collage, with particular attention to humans and their interaction with the physical world.
Dr. Kimberly B. George (Ph.D. Ethnic Studies UCSD, M.A. Religious Studies Yale University) is a trauma-informed feminist scholar, educator, and consultant. She partners with individuals and organizations to facilitate workshops and programs with deep dives into feminist research on transformation. Interdisciplinary and rigorous in how she approaches her teaching, with a commitment to contemplative, holistic study, she has trained across five graduate programs, stretching from the Ivies (Yale University) to the more culturally radical UC system. Her areas of study focus on ethnic studies and feminist critical race theory; religious history; feminist intellectual and activist history; trauma studies and psychodynamic research; and pedagogy and contemplative studies. She's been building accessible, graduate level courses outside the university since 2006. She identifies as a mystic and contemplative, as well as a scholar. She is published in numerous outlets, including OnBeing, The Washington Spectator, and the Feminist Wire. She is the co-editor of the book Football, Culture, and Power (Routledge).