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Reparations: An Idea Whose Time Has Come?


THIS EVENT HAS PASSED

The James Weldon Johnson Institute was pleased to present our first 2020 talk in the JWJI Public Dialogues in Race and Difference Series. The topic, "Reparations: An Idea Whose Time Has Come?, was discussed by an esteemed list of panelists:

Dr. Megan Ming Francis, University of Washington; Dr. Darrick Hamilton, Ohio State University; Dr. Nafees Kahn, Clemson University; Dr. Melissa Nobles, MIT and Dr. Alyasah Ali Sewell, Emory University.

This discussion took place at the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum.

Megan Ming Francis

Associate Professor of Political Science

University of Washington

Darrick Hamilton

Executive Director

Kirwan Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity

Nafees Khan

Assistant Professor of Social Foundations

Clemson University

Melissa Nobles

Professor of Political Science

MIT

Alyasah Ali Sewell

Associate Professor of Sociology

Emory University