Black Women Under State: A Conversation with Idil Abdillahi, February 2022
On February 15th 2022, we hosted a virtual interview with Dr. Idil Abdillahi on her new book “Black Women Under State: Surveillance, Poverty, & the Violence of Social Assistance”. Idil spoke to our member societies, regional advocates, and board members about the realities of Black women who are living at the intersections of race, poverty, surveillance, and social services.
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