Rosa Clemente is an Afro-Puerto Rican journalist and scholar-activist researching national liberation struggles inside the United States, Afro-Latinx identity+politics, sexism within Hip-Hop culture, media justice, Hip-Hop activism, and African American and Latinx unity. More information about her can be found here: http://rosaclemente.net/biography-of-rosa-clemente/
Rosa’s schedule while she is on campus:
Wednesday, 2/27, 11:30-1pm Lecture Hall 1
Thursday, 2/28, 3-5pm Longhouse
Sponsors include: Media Island International, the Women of Color in Leadership Movement, the Willi Unsoeld Seminar Series, the CCBLA, the Art Lecture Series, and the the Dean’s Match.
Programs include: “Who Gets What?: Political Economy of Income, Wealth, and Economic Justice,” – “Political Economy and Environmental and Social Movements: Race, Class, and Gender,” – “Mediaworks,” – “The Spanish-Speaking World,” – “Teaching ELLs: Culture, Theory, and Methods,” and “Unruly Bodies: Health, Media, Biology, and Power.”