Zoom Webinar Friday, August 28 Noon CST

Join us to commemorate the anniversary of the 1963 March on Washington, during which Martin Luther King Jr. gave his famous "I Have a Dream" speech.

This online event is open to the Rice community and the public. For more information, please email us at caaas@rice.edu.

African African American Studies

An expert in the theory and practice of ethical leadership, Walter Earl Fluker will reflect on the role of long memory in creating sites of mourning and prophetic speech and action in contested democratic spaces. He also will examine the emergence of new activist leadership and the existential and ethical issues at stake in this moment.

Following the lecture, Daniel Domingues, associate professor of history and director of undergraduate studies for the Center for African and African American Studies, will moderate a Q&A.

Register today to receive your Zoom Webinar link. Once you successfully register, we will send you an email with a link to this Friday, Aug. 28 Zoom Webinar. Please use that link to join the conversation. In the meantime, be sure to add the date and time to calendar, and start thinking now about what questions you might have for our speakers.