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Rod Wallace, Yodit Mesfin Johnson, & Liz Kennedy
Rod Wallace, Yodit Mesfin Johnson, & Liz Kennedy

Local Afrofutures: Communities and Connection

This event brings together local activists and thinkers whose work intersects in various ways with the humanities to talk about the multi-faceted activist and creative work being undertaken in southeast Michigan. Panelists include Yodit Mesfin Johnson, president and CEO, NEW Ann Arbor; Rod Wallace, educational programs coordinator, Grove Studios, Ypsilanti; and Liz Kennedy, program manager, Allied Media Conference. Moderated by Matthew Countryman (history and Afroamerican and African studies).

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