Black Lives Matter – How Does White Supremacy Work: Historical Framework and Continuing Power
The second event of this series was hosted by Dr. Joel Shrock and titled, “How Does White Supremacy Work: Historical Framework and Continuing Power” took place on Thursday, Sept. 17. The lecture included varying topics such as the structures of white supremacy, how they exist, why they exist, and how they are perpetuated.
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