The Black Power Hour with Watani Stiner

Start time: 4/6/2021 2:00 PM

End time: 4/6/2021 4:00 PM

California State University, Northridge: AFRS 100 Introduction to Black Studies and Culture with Professor Aimee Glocke Presents

 WATANI STINER:

  Writer, activist, revolutionary and Cointelpro Survivor

  •   Member of the US organization
  •   Charged with murdering two  Black Panther Party members at UCLA
  •   Although not guilty, the “Stiner Brothers”  were imprisoned in 1969 and sentenced to life in prison
  •   Escaped from San Quentin and fled to South America where he lived in exile for twenty years
  •   In 1994 surrendered to U.S. Embassy
  •   In 2009,  entered into a restorative justice dialogue with Ericka Huggins, the widow of John Huggins, a Black
  •   Panther killed at UCLA.
  •   Released from San Quentin after serving  a total of 26 years in prison

  Moderated by: Dr. Karin Stanford, Professor of Africana Studies & Keith Rice, Archivist with the Tom and

  Ethel Bradley Center

 

 

ZOOM LINK: https://csun.zoom.us/j/8183712455?pwd=NzhrSFVSejVvampSSmVHUUhER1dmUT09

 

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