Race and Social Movements in America

Volume 3 of the Race & in America series, an enhanced exploration of the origins, history, and legacies of anti-Black racism in the U.S., designed to deepen knowledge and awareness in the service of promoting a more just and inclusive community and world.

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Race & Social Movements in America

Panel Discussion

Panelists

Rebecca Louise Carter, Associate Professor of Anthropology and Urban Studies
Françoise Hamlin, Associate Professor of Africana Studies and History
Brian Meeks, Professor of Africana Studies, Chair of Africana Studies
Paja Faudree, Associate Professor of Anthropology (moderator)

Student Voices

Listen to Brown University student-led conversations with the panelists in a series of one-on-one interviews.

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About the Series

Over the course of the 2020–21 academic year, the Center for the Study of Race and Ethnicity in America at Brown, in partnership with the Office of the Provost, undertook a systematic investigation of the enduring contemporary effects of anti-Black racism in America. Drawing on the expertise of Brown scholars from a range of fields and perspectives, a series of eight webinars generated critical engagements with society’s most fundamental and urgent questions around race. The Race & in America series amplifies the impact and extends the reach of these penetrating discussions through expanded content and resources presented over eight volumes.

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