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Roberta Hunte Lecture and Sista in the Brotherhood screening

Jan 24 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM


511 Building - Arlene and Harold Schnitzer Center for Art and Design

Shipley/Collins Mediatheque



511 NW Broadway
Portland, Oregon, 97209   [map]

The Critical Studies MA Program welcomes Roberta Hunte. Dr. Hunte will discuss her work and screen her film Sista in the Brotherhood. This lecture is part of the Critical Studies MA Program lecture series, which seeks out diverse writers and thinkers to involve the community in critically engaging topics.

About the Speaker:
Dr. Roberta Hunte is an educator, facilitator, consultant, and cultural worker. She is an Assistant Professor in Black Studies and Women Gender and Sexuality Studies at Portland State University where she teaches courses on reproductive justice, inequality, feminism, and the African American experience. She facilitates trainings on equity, diversity and inclusion. She is a collaborator and producer of the play My Walk Has Never Been Average, and a short film Sista in the Brotherhood both informed by her research on black tradeswomen. She is co-chair of the board for OPAL, Environmental Justice and the co-chair of Trimet’s Transit Equity Advisory Committee.