Making A Case For Reparations

February 24, 2016 @ 6:30 pm – 6:30 pm UTC
Room D1009
Albert and Vera List Academic Center

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The question of reparations remain poignant on the minds of Black Americans all across the nation. Among many other activists, Ta-Nehisi Coates addresses this issue through his writing, in the Atlantic e-magazine article A Case for Reparations. Not only does he address the key points of why reparations are necessary for Black Americans, he delves into Black American history solidifying his case.

Milano Professor, Darrick Hamilton along with lead experts and authors on reparations William Darity and Kirsten Mullen will discuss the topic of reparation expanding on this controversial topic. They will tackle the issues Ta-Nehisi Coates unpacks, and will offer their insights on the issue as well.

This event is a part of the Milano School Black History Month Series.

This event is part of the Black History Month series sponsored by The Milano School of International Affairs, Management, and Urban Policy.

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