A collaboration between abolitionist groups in California educates and acts for a more just future.
The theft of immigrant workers’ wages is a growing problem in the United States.
Visions of a just world emerging from online social justice discourses have been undergoing a largely unremarked upon, but very significant shift.
Public and feminist anthropologists use multiple modalities to remap the traditional distinctions between university and community through rigorous scholarship and a commitment to social justice.
Many enslaved African-Americans made their way to Southwestern Ontario, Canada, through the Underground Railroad network, in the hopes of gaining freedom from enslavement, only to be met with further prejudice upon their arrival. Despite the important role enslaved African-Americans played, there is little documentary information about them and their impact in shaping the history of Canada and the province of Ontario.
Panels, retrospectives, roundtables, receptions: Please read on for a list of events hosted and sponsored by the Association of Feminist Anthropology. See you in San José!