Saturday, January 21st, 2:00PM
Oakland, CA: Oakland Museum of California
"Perspectives at OMCA | Two Generations of Black Struggle" - Chinaka Hodge in conversation with Bobby Seale.
The day after the new US President is sworn in, Bobby Seale, the co-founder of the Black Panther Party, will share his stories, his reflections, and his strategies of the politics of the revolution with Oakland poet, educator, playwright, and screenwriter Chinaka Hodge. Hear from these two speakers whose experience includes a range of cultural and political work as they share their perspectives on the past and present iterations of Black struggle in the US and Oakland.
Seating is limited. Advance tickets required.
Tickets: $18 OMCA Members, $20 public. Gallery admission purchased separately.
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