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Upcoming Events

Uncivil Rites:Palestine and the Limits of Academic Freedom

A Book Talk Steven Salaita & Panel Discussion

Steven Salaita Book Talk

In the summer of 2014, renowned American Indian studies professor Steven Salaita had his appointment to a tenured professorship revoked by the board of trustees of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Salaita’s employment was terminated in response to his public tweets criticizing Israeli government policy.

Salaita’s case raises important questions about academic freedom, free speech on campus, and the movement for justice in Palestine.

In his new book Uncivil Rites, Salaita combines personal reflection and political critique to shed new light on his controversial termination. He situates his case at the intersection of important issues that affect both higher education and social justice activism.

Steven Salaita currently holds the Edward W. Said Chair of American Studies at the American University of Beirut.

Book talk and panel discussion

When: October 12, 2015

Time: 6:00pm- 8:00pm

Location: Student Services Building, Conference Rooms ABC, 1200 W. Harrison, Chicago, IL

The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution

Black Panther Party Discussion

Thank you for your interest in attending our screening of the Black Panthers:Vanguard of the Revolution. Unfortunately, the screening is sold out. Many people expressed interest in attending this screening and the screening sold out much earlier than we expected. For this reason, we have arranged to have a screening on campus in mid to late November. At that point, we will reach out first to everyone who RSVP'd for next Friday's screening, but did not get a ticket. We apologize that you will not be able to attend next week's screening, but hope you will attend the screening on campus in November.

The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution is a new feature length film by award-winning filmmaker, Stanley Nelson, documenting the impact and significance of one of the most well-known Black Power organizations of the late 1960s and early 70s. Listen below to an interview with film director, Stanley Nelson

"28, 43" A Photographic Exhibition

28, 43 Exhibition

Visit "28, 43" A Photographic Gallery Exhibit at the PUJA gallery now located at 1255 S. Halsted.

Gallery hours are Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from Fri. 12-5 and by appointment.

For group and class visits email