Join BYP 100 NYC for a teach-in on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day as we try to use a Black Queer Feminist lens to uplift MLK in the context of the complex, radical, and broad movement that developed his legacy.
How do the common narratives of MLK affect our understanding of racial and economic justice organizing? How can the concealed narratives of the larger movement that gave him his legacy inform our organizing and visioning? What were the actual dreams from different parts of the movement and how can we rebuild and add to those dreams?
We hope to revisit history, reflect on the present, and collectively develop ideas and methods to concretize our dream of an emancipated society.
**THIS IS A POC SPACE ONLY.
224 W 29th St
New York, NY 10001
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