The Color of Money

Event date 2 Apr '18 12:00 pm - 02:00 pm
Event location Institute for Public Knowledge • 20 Cooper Sq, New York, 10003, NY, United States
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Join the Race and Public Space Workshop of the Institute for Public Knowledge for a discussion about Mehrsa Baradaran's 2017 book, The Color of Money: Black Banks and the Racial Wealth Gap, which explores the material ramifications of racism and Jim Crow on financial practices amongst African Americans.

Where: 20 Cooper Square, Room 503
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THE REPARATIONS PROJECT

During the Spring of 2018, the Race and Public Space (RAPS) Workshop of the Institute for Public Knowledge will explore the prospect of reparations for Transatlantic slavery and colonialism, widely recognized as one of the most horrific events in world history.

This inquiry will take the form of common readings to explore and frame the central issues, lectures by experts to interrogate the stakes, legal research to evaluate the case, and economic and statistical analysis to explore the feasibility of reparations for peoples and nations victimized by colonial slavery.

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1 year agoAdd to Calender 2018-04-02 16:00:00 2018-04-02 16:00:00 The Color of Money Join the Race and Public Space Workshop of the Institute for Public Knowledge for a discussion about Mehrsa Baradaran's 2017 book, The Color of Money: Black Banks and the Racial Wealth Gap, which explores the material ramifications of racism and Jim Crow on financial practices amongst African Americans. Where: 20 Cooper Square, Room 503 https://www.facebook.com/events/1752195034833336/ ••• THE REPARATIONS PROJECT During the Spring of 2018, the Race and Public Space (RAPS) Workshop of the Institute for Public Knowledge will explore the prospect of reparations for Transatlantic slavery and colonialism, widely recognized as one of the most horrific events in world history. This inquiry will take the form of common readings to explore and frame the central issues, lectures by experts to interrogate the stakes, legal research to evaluate the case, and economic and statistical analysis to explore the feasibility of reparations for peoples and nations victimized by colonial slavery. Institute for Public Knowledge America/New_York public Racial Justice #inequality