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  • The Institute on Race and Political Economy offers events engaging with community and business leaders, policymakers, activists, philanthropists, and journalists across the nation and around the world.

    Juneteenth 2021: The Question of Freedom

    June 22, 2021, 3:00-4:00 p.m. EST
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    While Juneteenth acknowledges the declared end of the legal enslavement of African Americans, its existence challenges us to question what freedom for African Americans is. To grapple with the legacy of Juneteenth and the persistent questions regarding the status of African Americans in the United States, we invite you to join us for an in-depth transdisciplinary discussion between Darrick Hamilton, University Professor and founding director of the Institute on Race and Political Economy; Deva Woodly, associate professor in the Department of Politics, and Melanie Hart, senior vice president for Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice and senior legal and policy advisor for the Institute on Race and Political Economy.

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