Difficult Dialogues: The Reparations Series - "Remembering the Tulsa Race Massacre of 1921”

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Difficult Dialogues: The Reparations Series - "Remembering the Tulsa Race Massacre of 1921”

Description: 

Rev. Robert Turner is the pastor of Historic Vernon AME Church, the #LastThingStanding after the Tulsa Race Massacre of 1921. We speak to him on the Greenwood Community almost 100 years later, his efforts to secure the reparations that have never been paid to repair the damage cause by this government supported massacre, and the bill that U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren has introduced to observe the centennial anniversary of this tragedy that we may never forget and never allow it to be repeated again.

Production Date: 
Wednesday, October 7, 2020

Difficult Dialogues

Difficult Dialogues: Voices from the Valley is a public affairs show which aims to tackle some of the most pressing matters facing contemporary society. Since its inception in 2013, it has drawn on expert voices from the Fives Colleges, from Amherst, and from surrounding communities to explore issues including the rise of the Black Lives Matter movement, immigration, challenges in the Middle East, and gender identity.

Initiated and hosted through 2015 by Mount Holyoke College President Lynn Pasquerella, the show is now hosted by Amilcar Shabazz, professor of history and Africana Studies in the W. E. B. Du Bois Department of Afro-American Studies at UMass/Amherst, and Demetria Rougeaux Shabazz, assistant professor in the Department of Communication at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst. Her work focuses on race and gender in media, and youth and civic engagement through the arts.

News

Dec 6, 2016

In a two-part series of Difficult Dialogues, host Amilcar Shabazz interviews Professor Charles W. Mills, a philosopher from Jamaica currently at the CUNY Graduate Center. Professor Mills is one of the world’s foremost scholars in the philosophy of race and political philosophy, particularly in oppositional political theory.