Finding Justice in the Land of the Free, Beyond Baltimore | Dr. Ellis Williams | TEDxJerseyCityWomen
How can we work collectively for equality in a diverse democracy, i.e. a "just culture"? This talk will explore the challenges associated with race, class, power, fear and rage through the lenses of an “outsider” immigrant, woman, and urban mother, and try to offer practical solutions for building coalitions and community.
Credit: TedX Jersey City
15th Annual MLK Day Ceremony - 2017
Dr. Antoinette Ellis-Williams, Keynote, at Ceremony to honor Martin Luther King by the Township of Bloomfield at the New Light Baptist Church.
Credit: WMBA TV
OPEN LINE: THE 2nd HOUR
Inside The Faculty Studio with Dr Antoinette Ellis-Williams
Open Line: The 2nd Hour with Bob Pinkett and Bob Slade.
On March 8, 2015, Dr. Antoinette Ellis-Williams, Bob Pinkett, Bob Slade, Dr. Muhammed and Larry Hamm discuss Selma.
Credit: WBLS Radio
The Office of Campus Life at NJCU is proud to present another installment of Inside The Faculty Studio. We had one of our favorite professors Dr. Antoinette Ellis-Williams stop by for a Q&A.
Published on Jan 6, 2015
THE STATE OF POVERTY AND HUMAN RIGHTS w/ Dr. Cornel West!
Amnesty International presents Dr. Cornel West and Reverend William Howard, Dr, Antoinette Ellis-Williams, and AIUSA Excutive Director, Larry Cox. discuss the current state of poverty and how it is a human rights issue.
Hosted by: Thenjiwe Tameika McHarris
Location: Rutgers-Newark Paul Robeson Campus Center
350 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd
Date: November 2, 2010
Produced By: Daniel Morteh and Kodaq Jonez of TMX Media LLC