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“My Skin as a Legacy”: Toward an Ethics of Slavery, Race, and Memory

Corey D. B. Walker is a scholar committed to a broad vision of human flourishing. He critically examines the complexities of religion and philosophy, history and culture, and religion and public life in advancing fresh perspectives on the principles and practices of democracy and beloved community. His scholarship and public speaking attracts a broad audience and he serves as a commentator for a number of media outlets in the United States and abroad.

Sponsored by The Slavery, Race and Memory Project Lecture Series. Reception with light refreshments will follow.

 

Wednesday, September 4 at 5:30pm to 7:00pm


Porter Byrum Welcome Center, Kulynych Auditorium
1834 Wake Forest Road Winston-Salem, NC 27106

Event Type

Speakers, Lectures, Diversity, Next Week at Wake

Target Audience

Faculty, Students, Staff

Contact name

Kami Chavis

Contact email

chavisk@wfu.edu

Contact phone number

336-758-3852

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Jessica Rowe

Jessica Rowe left a positive review 9/3/2019

Excellent event!

Richella Allen

Richella Allen left a positive review 9/3/2019

I thought the speaker and subject material was great. I enjoyed my evening being educated on the importance of understanding the ethics of slavery, race, and history of the root of why it's important to change our perspective.