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Anti-Racism Lecture Series: The 1619 Project and the Summer of 2020
April 19, 2021 @ 12:30 pm - 1:45 pm
With reference to The 1619 Project marking the 400th anniversary of the arrival of slave ships in Virginia, the impact of British colonialism in Africa and also the protests and riots during the summer of 2020, PNW professor Mita Choudhury will provide a historical overview of systemic racism, institutional bias and prejudice, and the weak guard rails of “western civilization.”
Interview with Q&A
About PNW’s Race, Racism, Anti-Racism Series
Since the brutal killing of George Floyd, millions of Americans and people in other countries have been shocked and outraged. Hundreds of protests have been held in cities large and small across America – perhaps the largest demonstrations against racism since the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s. Urgent questions about inequality, racial discrimination and police violence have opened up a national dialogue. Engage with us in faculty-driven discussion as we reflect on these recent events and social movements.
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