Challenging Inequality: Racism in America

29Oct2020
DATE & TIME: 
Thursday, October 29, 2020
1:00pm - 2:30pm CDT
LOCATION: 
Webinar
ADMISSION FEE: 
$0.00
MEMBER ADMISSION FEE: 
$0.00

Racism in America: Learn how its history informs today's legacy

Join this MCF members only conversation as Dr. Yohuru Williams explores the history of racial inequality in America from the end of the Civil War through the murder of George Floyd. Through the lens of the “Six Degrees of Segregation,” Dr. Williams describes six firm barriers to equality that continue to bar access to first class citizenship, economic stability and health and safety for African Americans, Indigenous People, and Immigrants of Color in the United States.

Dr. Yohuru Williams is Distinguished University Chair and Professor and the Founding Director of the Racial Justice Initiative at the University of St. Thomas.

Log-in details will be provided in your confirmation email. This MCF member briefing is co-sponsored by YWCA St. Paul and Interfaith Action of Greater St. Paul.

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