On Palestine, G4S and the Prison Industrial Complex: an evening with Angela Davis and Gina Dent, UK-SOAS, 13 December 2013

by | 14 Nov 2013

Angela Davis

War on Want, School of Law at SOAS and the Russell Tribunal on Palestine are honoured to host Angela Davis and Gina Dent for a discussion on Justice for Palestine and the Stop G4S campaign.

Don’t miss this unique opportunity to hear eminent feminist scholar-activists Angela Davis and Gina Dent in London, 13 December, discussing Palestine and the struggle for liberty in a world of growing militarisation, privatised repression and the proliferation of prisons.

Angela Davis is an activist, writer and scholar, known for her leadership in the Black civil rights movement and her pioneering work against the prison industrial complex. Gina Dent is Associate Professor in the Feminist Studies Department, University of California, Santa Cruz, and is a leading global advocate for human rights and prison abolition

Tickets will be available from 27 November at waronwant.org/AngelaDavis
Suggested donation £8

Guest Speakers

  • Angela Davis, Distinguished Professor Emerita in the History of Consciousness and Feminist Studies Departments at the University of California, Santa Cruz, speaking on Palestine, G4S and the Prison Industrial Complex
  • Gina Dent, Associate Professor of Feminist Studies, History of Consciousness, and Legal Studies at UCSC, speaking on A Free Palestine: Feminism and Abolition
  • Rafeef Ziadah, Senior Campaigns Officer at War on Want, speaking on G4S: the business of repression and the challenge of solidarity

Chaired by Brenna Bhandar, Senior Lecturer, School of Law at SOAS and Frank Barat, Coordinator, Russell Tribunal on Palestine.

Reception to follow event.

Website: waronwant.org
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