How do race and culture coincide and diverge in Brazil?
Cephus Johnson came to speak at the United Family and Friends Campaign march, an annual march of remembrance for victims of police violence.
The NCORE conference series is a leading national forum on issues of race and ethnicity in American higher education.
The history of racism and ethnic hate in America is long and deep. What are the cultural, economic, and political currents that led us here?
Michelle R. Simmons is a patient, mother and grandmother who understands firsthand the impact of health disparity.
Eliminating health disparities is a broad national goal for improving the health of Americans, and part of the mission of the Gillings School of Global Public Health.
Veteran labor activist Bill Fletcher, Jr. discusses capitalism’s roots in the slave trade and colonialism, the Black contribution to Marxism, and the need to organize.
An introduction into the various ways in which race and capitalism, our dominant economic system, have shaped the history of American cities.
This course explores multiple dimensions of race, gender/sexuality, class, and ethnic identity in several Latin American societies, as well as the complexities of racial formations and the historical and political context of social movements in Latin America.
Historians’ recent investigations of the centrality of racialized chattel slavery to the origins of capitalism — along with activists’ efforts to expose the ongoing legacy of New World slavery — inspire a broad reconsideration of the connections between capitalism, race, and coerced labor across time and around the world. This course ranges across different disciplines and regions to survey how race and capitalism have been — and continue to be — conjoined both theoretically and empirically. This is a collaborative course offering from the Robert L. Heilbroner Center for Capitalism Studies, co-designed and co-taught by Julia Ott, Mia White, Alana Lentin, Kris Manjapra, Fred Cooper, Janet Roitman, Darrick Hamilton, Terry Williams, Nathan Connolly, Shirley Thompson, Ujju Aggarwal, Natasha Iskander, and Nicholas Fiori. View Syllabus