April 4, 2016 – Last month’s joint event between the Ralph J. Bunche Center and the Chicano Studies Research Center welcomed Gaye Theresa Johnson, a new associate professor at UCLA. Johnson, who has two new books coming out in 2017: The Futures of Black Radicalism and Let’s Get Free: Musicians on Activism in the 21st Century, has a joint appointment in African American and Chicano studies.
Johnson discussed The Futures of Black Radicalism to a full house of students, faculty and the general public in the CSRC Library. The talk was introduced by Belinda Tucker, Vice Provost of the Institute of American Cultures. Jonathan Collins, a Doctoral Candidate in Political Science at UCLA, moderated. To view the talk, Click Here.