WHAT’S HAPPENING AT THE CENTER ALL EVENTS
Join The Center for a conversation featuring Suzanne Nossel, author of Dare to Speak and Harvard Law Professor Randall Kennedy, on what “cancelled culture” means for the future of America and its society and how to navigate these conversations around the first amendment.
Join The Center for a discussion on how to address our history through a process of truth-telling to allow for racial healing and societal transformation. This panel will explore how truth commissions have been utilized around the world, the difference between reconciliation and transformation and the need for healing, and the possibilities for such a commission to be established in the US on both local and national levels.
The Power of Naming: Why language is critical in dismantling racism will explore the use of coded language to further the division in our country. From bias headlines about victims and perpetrators of racial violence to the coded language of politicians; the words and messages that we digest everyday have the power to sway our positions on the social and political issues we are facing.
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The Morehouse College Martin Luther King, Jr. CollectionTemporary Exhibit Voice to the Voiceless
Dignity MuseumTemporary Exhibit
The American Civil Rights MovementRolls Down Like Water
The Global Human Rights MovementSpark of Conviction