Red Talks: Mutual Aid for Survival and Mobilization
In 2020, "mutual aid" became a household term as tens of thousands of people coordinated to support each other's basic needs in the unfolding pandemic and to provide street medic support and bail money for people protesting police violence. In this talk, Prof. Spade discusses the significance of mutual aid to historical and contemporary social movements.
Tuesday, November 15, 2022
12:30pm-1:30pm | Pigott Auditorium
Mutual Aid for Survival and Mobilization
with Dean Spade (He/Him), Professor of Law and Wismer Professor for Gender & Diversity
Read more about this event: Seattle University Red Talks