Frances M. Beal’s Paris Years, 1960–1965
7:30 p.m.–9 p.m.
In this lecture, Ula Taylor, professor of African American studies at the University of California, Berkeley, discusses Frances M. Beal, a noted journalist, feminist, theoretician, and activist in the United States. However, before her notoriety as an activist, Beal became both a radical and a mother during her time in Paris, France in the ‘60s. Taylor will explore how Beal became a radical feminist for the Black freedom struggle and how motherhood, particularly single motherhood, shapes the making of a Black radical thinker.
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This lecture will be held via Zoom. Zoom link will be sent in confirmation email. This event will be recorded.