What it is like to be black? – Toward a naming, genealogy, and epistemology of (the intractable) anti-black racism. By Dr. David Augustin Hodge

Public Lecture

What it is like to be black? – Toward a naming, genealogy, and epistemology of (the intractable) anti-black racism

Dr. David Augustin Hodge

Dr. Hodge currently serves as Associate Director of Education for the National Center for Bioethics in Research and Healthcare at Tuskegee University. In this role, which he began in October 2017, he coordinates the center’s Bioethics Honors program and bioethics minor, its annual Public Health Ethics Intensive Course, and various outreach programs designed to engage the center’s target audiences, as well as teaches bioethics and public health ethics courses.


When: Jan 26th, 2021, noon

Where: Zoom Lecture ndsu.zoom.us/j/92042670427 Meeting ID: 920 4267 0427 Passcode: 286456

This event is provided free of charge by the Northern Plains Ethics Institute, the NDSU Office of the President, the College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences, the YWCA Cass Clay, Humanities ND, and the NDSU Department of Anthropology and Sociology to all NDSU stakeholders and the public.
See Northern Plains Ethics Institute website

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