Dr. Lisa Brock is associate professor of history and director of the Arcus Center for Social Justice Leadership at Kalamazoo College. She is also the founder of The Chicago Anti-Apartheid Movement Collection held in the Columbia College Chicago Archives.
Brock was deeply involved in the anti-apartheid movement and lived in Mozambique, where she did research on her doctoral dissertation and worked with the ANC. Upon her return, she played a leadership role with the Chicago anti-apartheid movement.
She served as an observer in the Angola elections in 1992 and, since the early 1990s, has been researching and writing on African-American solidarity with South Africa and Cuban liberation struggles. She serves as a trustee on the Davis Putter Scholarship Fund for radical student activists.
Time: Thursday, March 27, 2:30 PM
Location: Fine Arts Building, Martin Recital Hall
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