A talk with biographer Jeffrey B. Perry
Thursday, February 10, 2010 · 19:00 – 22:00
377 Bank Street
A talk with biographer Jeffrey B. Perry on this radical Caribbean and American worker-intellectual who organized with the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW), was a tireless editor and writer on issues of race, class and justice, and later founded the International Colored Unity League and advocated a separate black state within the United States. He died at just 44 years of age.
Sponsored by the Ottawa-Outouais IWW, Black Law Student Association, Human Rights Research and Education Centre of the University of Ottawa, ravenlaw.com, and the University of Ottawa Law Union. Thanks also to the Canadian Union of Postal Workers
(CUPW) for hosting the event.