- How did slavery help set into motion America’s long narrative of racial inequality and injustice?
- How do the legacies of slavery persist through our current circumstances in many quarters of American society?
- How might coming to terms with a tragic past help generate concrete policies and initiatives for a more racially just society?
- What can we do to “repair” the damage done by one of America’s early regimes of violent racist subjugation?
Please join us for what promises to be a robust and fruitful exchange between two pioneers in the struggle for racial justice.
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This event is sponsored George Mason University's Center for Humanities Research (CHR).
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April 01, 2021