Personal Insights into Race, Resistance and Politics in South Africa

peter gastrow

Race and Resistance is honored to host Peter Gastrow, former Member of the South African Parliament and a member of the National Peace Committee, as our term's headline speaker. In addition to discussing his personal life and political career, Gastrow will engage with panelists on his role in negotiating the peace process, career in public service during South Africa’s transition into a democratic government and on contemporary South African political and racial issues. In addition to his distinguished political and humanitarian achievements, Gastrow has served on the United Nation's Convention Against Transnational Crime, as a member of International Peace Institute, and as the Vice Chairman of Kenya's National Task Force on Police Reform. This is a free event open to university members and the public. Please register for the event on Eventbrite


Humanities & Identities
Race and Resistance across Borders in the Long Twentieth Century

Contact name: Evan Matsuyama
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Audience: Open to all