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Africana Studies faculty members Carole Boyce Davies, Oneka LaBennett and Riché Richardson spoke about the ways in which race and gender complicated the Trayvon Martin case at a Sept. 17, 2013 panel discussion moderated by Noliwe Rooks.
The event is part of the colloquium series, "Scholarship & Activism: The Black Radical Intellectual Tradition," organized by the Africana Studies and Research Center.