Beyond 1619: Engaging Our History, Advancing Our Narratives
Unpacking the Themes of the 1619 Project and the Work of CSSJ
The Inman Page Black Alumni Council, Brown Club in New York, and the Center for the Study of Slavery and Justice cordially invite you to a panel discussion focused on unpacking the legacy of slavery as highlighted in the New York Times 1619 Project and the work of the Center for Study of Slavery and Justice. We will uncover the impact of slavery's long shadow on society as a whole, and the black community in particular. Our conversation will be led by Dr. Tony Bogues, The Harmon Family Professor of Africana Studies Inaugural Director, Center for the Study of Slavery and Justice, and will feature Marcia Ely '80, Dr. Nicole Truesdell, Wilfred Codrington III ‘05, and Dr. William "Sandy" Darity, Jr. '74, economist and contributor to The New York Times 1619 Project. We hope you will join us!
YOUNG ALUMNI (Classes of 2009 - 2019) and IPC MEMBERS: You will receive a separate email with a special $20 ticket link just for you!
B. Anthony Bogues, PhD, The Harmon Family Professor of Africana Studies Inaugural Director, Center for the Study of Slavery and Justice, Brown University
Nicole Truesdell, PhD, Assistant Vice President for Campus Life, the inaugural Senior Director of the Institute for Transformative Practice, Brown University
Marcia Ely '80, Executive Vice President for Programs and Communications, Brooklyn Historical Society
Wilfred Codrington III ‘05, Bernard and Anne Spitzer Fellow at the Brennan Center for Justice at NYU School of Law
William "Sandy" A. Darity, PhD '74, Samuel DuBois Cook Professor of Public Policy, Duke University
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