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For Davis, “Untangling a Red, White and Black Heritage” fits within an academic trend that highlights racial complexities in US history.

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Davis talks importance of untangling US racial history

March 11, 2020 0 comments

Artist, writer and scholar Darnella Davis grew up in a family of Indigenous, Black and white descent. My family included everybody,” she told the audience of a Tuesday evening lecture called “Why Untangling Our Red, White and Black Heritage Matters.”

Anthony Bogues endeavors to advance racial and economic justice inside and outside the University.

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Anthony Bogues on academia, activism, advancing justice

November 19, 2019 0 comments

Anthony Bogues regards himself as many things: a critical intellectual, scholar, writer and curator.

Lizotte’s dissertation, entitled “Rethinking Reparations: A Critical Theory of Black Repair,” argued that current efforts for reparations that focus only on monetary compensation are misguided. Instead, she advocates for institutional and structural change.

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Rutgers PhD Candidate Kelsey Lizotte examines politics of slavery reparations

November 13, 2019 0 comments

For Rutgers University PhD Candidate Kelsey Lizotte, reparations are about far more than a monetary exchange.