Race, Place, and Political Boundaries

September 21, 2021

Oscar Ritchie Hall, Kent State University

Part of our new Race and Democracy in Northeast Ohio Series— a collaboration with the School of Peace and Conflict Studies and the Center for Pan African Culture.

We will be exploring the relationship between race and place, focusing on the significance of political boundaries–from redistricting to redlining. The event will be part teach-in/ facilitated discussion and part map drawing workshop.

Join us for all or part of the event.

Event Co-Sponsors: Kent State Votes

This event is made possible with funding from Mark Lewine and the John Gray Paynther Program.

More details here: https://qrco.de/bcKFKY