WHO & WHAT: An IRL & Virtual EVENT w/ activist, former political prisoner and leader in the Black Panther Party, Ericka Huggins, and photographer Stephen Shames discussing their new book release Comrade Sisters: Women of the Black Panther Party at Reparations Club
WHEN: Monday, Oct 17th, 2022 @ 7pm PST
WHERE: IN-PERSON (vaccination + mask required) at Rep Club (3054 S. Victoria Ave LA, CA 90016)
or VIRTUAL via livestream (choose ticket preference below)
COVID REQUIREMENTS: Proof of vaccination and face covering while indoors is required to attend in-person. No exceptions.
HOW: IRL TICKETS FOR THIS EVENT ARE SOLD OUT — Please reserve a Virtual ticket below with the option to include a signed copy of Comrade Sisters for those in the US and Canada, shipped after the event. Free tickets do not include a book copy.
Livestream links will be emailed to registered guests only via Crowdcast within 24 hours of the event time. Please check your spam or contact us if you do not receive. If ordering multiple tickets, please include any additional emails in the notes section at checkout.
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Stephen Shames has authored over 10 monographs, and his images are in the permanent collections of 40 museums and foundations. His work is dedicated to promoting social change, and sharing the stories of those who are frequently overlooked by society. His previous monographs include Power to the People: The World of the Black Panthers by Stephen Shames and Bobby Seale (Abrams, 2016) and The Black Panthers (Aperture, 2006).
As an activist, former political prisoner and leader in the Black Panther Party, Ericka Huggins has devoted her life to the equitable treatment of all human beings, beyond the boundaries of race, age, culture, class, gender, sexual orientation, ability and status associated with citizenship. For the past 40 years she has lectured across the country and internationally. She spent 14 years in the Black Panther Party, and eight years as Director of the renowned Oakland Community School (1973-1981).