Protester made their way from the MLK statue located on The University of Texas to the Texas State Capitol to protest against unjust killings by the Police around the nation. (Ricardo B. Brazziell/American-Statesman)

After months riddled with controversial killings of black men by police, the campus of the University of Texas at Austin has found itself a host of multiple protests and discussions on the topic. On Monday, the Warfield Center for African and African American Studies hosts a free concert and conversation about police brutality.

The conversation will be led by Priscilla Hale, Director of allgo, a statewide Queer People of Color organization. Senior Associate Vice President of the Division of Diversity & Community Engagement Dr. Leonard Moore will also contribute.

BLXPLTN, an electro-punk band regularly featured in our weekly music picks, will perform live during the event.

Rebel Music: Police Brutality & the Sound of Protest will be held in room 2.206 of the Black & Latino Studies Building (210 W. 24th St) on the UT Austin campus at 3 p.m.