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BLM x BLM: Joshua Inwood and Anne Bonds
April 14 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Please join us for a special session of the BLM x BLM discussion group featuring guest visitors Joshua Inwood (Geography at Penn State) and Anne Bonds (Geography at University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee). Inwood and Bonds will join us to discuss their work analyzing the unequal political landscapes and geographies of white supremacy and settler colonialism.
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BLM x BLM is a monthly discussion group exploring what arises when we ask: what does the Bureau of Land Management have to do with Black Lives Matter? (Learn more about BLM x BLM)
About the Speakers:
Joshua Inwood is an Associate Professor of Geography and Director of Penn State Lab for Analysis of Culture and Environment (PLACE) at Pennsylvania State University. His research seeks to understand the social, political and economic structures that make human lives vulnerable to all manner of exploitations, as well as how oppressed populations use social justice movements to change their material conditions. Inwood is currently co-PI (w/ Derek Alderman) on an NSF funded grant exploring the use of geospatial intelligence by civil rights organizations.
Anne Bonds is an Associate Professor of Geography at University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Her research and teaching interests center upon geographical approaches to political economy, feminist and critical race theory, and critical poverty and prison studies. Bonds is currently involved in a multidisciplinary research project with collaborators from public health, history, and film called Transforming Justice, which examines geographies of incarceration in Milwaukee, Wisconsin through community-engaged research.