The Matter of Black Lives

a discussion on the state of otherness/blackness in 2016
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Comedian and activist Sampson McCormick, poet Amanda Johnston, and social justice activist and popular culture scholar and writer Shawn Taylor will discuss their views on the current state of Black America.

This event is sponsored by the African American Center and Hormel Center at the San Francisco Public Library.

These cultural events are free and open to the public.

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