Panel Discussion on Obama and Race at NYU
- What's race got to do with it?
A Panel Discussion About Obama, Race, and Politics
No doubt about it -- the 2008 presidential race
has, and will continue to be, a heated one.
As an American man of Mixed-Race heritage, Barack Obama's
candidacy has brought race to the forefront of the debate.
The national media brought our nation's racial tensions
into sharp focus, and Barack Obama himself has pushed
the nation into thinking more deeply about how
identity and race play out in the national dialogue.
Join us as we explore these issues and more.
Panelists from various perspectives and communities will be sparking
a dynamic discussion on what race really has to do with it.
Monday, April 21st from 7-9pm
NYU School of Law, Vanderbilt Hall room VH210 (2nd floor)
40 Washington Square Park South (between MacDougal and Sullivan)
RSVP by Saturday, April 19th:
Loving Day (http://www.lovingday.org)
Swirl NYC (http://www.swirlinc.org)
MuLSA (Multiracial Law Students Association at NYU)
Asian/Pacific/American Institute at NYU