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Systemic Racism and Voting

Structures of Inequality PDF

Structures of Inequality: 
A Focused Look at Systems of Racism

Today, the longstanding realities of systemic racism are being laid bare by the COVID-19 pandemic and ongoing police violence. Issues of injustice and inequality are broad, deep, and interconnected.

Honors Carolina invites the campus community to come together for six topical discussions with faculty experts and six hours of action designed to marshal knowledge in the fight against racism.

Jim Leloudis, Professor of History and Peter T. Grauer Associate Dean for Honors Carolina, will lecture on the topic “Systemic Racism and Voting.”

The lecture is Tuesday, October 20 @ 4 PM and the Hour of Action is Friday, October 30 @ 12 PM.

Register for the event here: https://form.jotform.com/202103506536949

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