Public Programs 2016

The Public Dialogues in Race and Difference series addresses relevant, salient issues related to race and difference and assembles panels of scholars and practitioners to share insights and offer policy prescriptions where applicable. In academic year 2016-2017, JWJI hosted four public dialogues: a 50-year retrospective of the legacy of the Black Panther Party, a symposium on the status of racial equity in Atlanta, and panels on the 2016 Election 2016 and the future of black politics after Barack Obama. 

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