JHU Forum on Race in America
Robin Kelley, Dayvon Love, and Salamishah Tillet
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“The Next 50 Years: Black Power’s Afterlife and the Struggle for Social Justice”
Sept. 27, 2016
This panel discussion, moderated by Nathan Connolly, associate professor of history at Johns Hopkins, will explore the importance of black knowledge and experience in securing racial and economic justice in American politics and institutions from the 1970s until today. More information
This event is open to the public, but registration is required. Visit the online registration page for more information.
About the JHU Forums on Race in America
In the spring of 2015, turmoil in cities across the country and here in Baltimore sparked important conversations on our campuses about racial inequality and deep divisions that exist in our society. The products of institutionalized racism, police brutality, mass incarceration, separate and unequal schools, and an ever-growing wealth gap between black and white Americans cause pain and frustration for many of our faculty, staff, and students, and the wider Baltimore community. Discordant views about race in our nation fuel passionate debates in our classrooms, department meetings, and public spaces.
In keeping with our commitment to diversity, community service, inclusion, and academic freedom, the Johns Hopkins University presents the JHU Forums on Race in America.