Please join us on December 8th at 3:30 pm PT, when the Center for the Study of Racism, Social Justice & Health will be co-hosting a virtual panel of speakers as a fundraiser with the Black Coalition Fighting Back Serial Murders.
100% of funds raised will go towards installing a permanent memorial for the mostly black women victims of serial murder in South Los Angeles with the hopes of giving the family members a place to go to reclaim the dignity of their lost loved ones. The panelists are noted historian Robin D.G. Kelley (UCLA), who is on the Center’s executive board, and Terrion Williamson (University of Illinois at Chicago), whose pathbreaking research has been uncovering and documenting patterns in the serial killing of black women in the Midwest.
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