Then and Now: Conversations on Black Resistance - Part 1
Black resistance, the theme of Black History Month 2023, is a constant in Gallup’s research from our company’s founding to our research today. The work of the Gallup Center on Black Voices — centering on the Black experience and tracking it over time — is an act of resistance itself.
We know from our trends over time that the most successful movements are not always popular in the moment, but have the power to transform society long-term. What does that tell us about movements today?
Black History Month is a time for us to look back, but also look forward. In February, we invite you to join us for conversations on what we learn from our past and what it means for our future.
Join the Gallup Center on Black Voices in February as we talk with leaders of the movements of our past and tomorrow:
- Chelsea Miller, co-founder of Freedom March NYC
- Nialah Edari, co-founder of Freedom March NYC
- Kim Hunt, executive director of Pride Action Tank, a project of AIDS Foundation Chicago
- DeNora Getachew, CEO of DoSomething
- Cheryl Brown Henderson, founding president of The Brown Foundation for Educational Equity, Excellence and Research, and owner of Brown & Associates
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