Presidential Scholar Kwame Anthony Appiah: "What Is Racism? One Story"

October 30, 2021 - 4:00 pm
Science Center, Lipton Lecture Hall

How do our identities shape what we value in ourselves and others? How does what we legislate and create reflect our ideals as a society? A renowned ethicist and professor of philosophy and law at NYU, Kwame Anthony Appiah is known for his innovative work in the field of cultural differences and political philosophy.

This is an in-person event open to the Amherst campus community; alumni and friends of the College can attend the event virtually by registering to watch the livestream. This event is part of Presidential Scholars series as well as the President’s Colloquium on Race and Racism.

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Amanda Huhmann
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