The 16th Annual Dr. Donald H. Smith Distinguished Lecture presents Roger S. Wareham, Esq., a lawyer and political activist of over four decades. He is a member of the December 12th Movement, a human rights organization of African people which organizes in the Black and Latino community around human rights violations.
The event is moderated by Arthur Lewin, professor of sociology and Black and Hispanic studies. The event takes place on December 5, 2011, at the Baruch College Newman Conference Center, Room 750.
[Part I -- 62 min.]
Opening Remarks by Professor Arthur Lewin
Lecture by Roger S. Wareham, Esq.
[Part II -- 32 min.]
Introduction of Dr. Donald H. Smith by Professor Bobbie Pollard, Newman Library
Remarks by Dr. Donald H. Smith
[Part III -- 64 min.]
Q & A Session