Date(s) - Tuesday, January 30
Nationally and locally in the United States, we see political leaders who in both word and deed are seeking to exploit racial divisions through using racist language and by enacting legislation negatively targeting Black, Brown, and Indigenous populations. These cynical and destructive actions feed cycles of increasing racial inequity with respect to employment, education, housing, and other socioeconomic indicators. Against this backdrop, what are the possibilities for reparative action and are there any signs of forward progress? A panel of leading global thinkers and organizers on reparations for slavery and the racial oppression of people of African descent will discuss how to move from informed concern to action.
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