Race: Privilege, Power & Difference

November 19, 2015
6:15pm Eastern Time
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Join us for a LIVE town hall conversation that addresses issues that so many communities in the country are facing: Race.

6:30 PM - 8:00 PM

The second topic of our Race: Let's Talk About It initiative, addresses the controversial issue of "white privilege" - defined as "any advantage that is unearned, exclusive and socially conferred."

The conversation will be moderated by Barbara Hamm Lee, Host and Executive Producer of Another View. Our panel includes Eric Claville, Professor of History and Law at Hampton University; Michele Woods Jones, Executive Director of the Hampton Unity Commission; Dr. Mavel Velasco, Batten Professor of Spanish at Virginia Wesleyan College and Jonathan Zur, Executive Director of the Virginia Center for Inclusive Communities.

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Race: Let's Talk About It

Young African American men dying at the hands of white police officers. White police officers gunned down by African American men. Protests in the streets - the rallying cry, "Black Lives Matter"! Opinion polls stating the racial divide in America is growing. With this social unrest as the backdrop, Another View, along with our partners, the Virginia Wesleyan College Center for Religious Studies, and the Fort Monroe Foundation, will launch a new community initiative called "Race: Let's Talk About It".

52min 40sec


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