Who Needs Forgiveness? Race, Religion, Gender and the Limits of Apology
April 3, 2019, 6:30-8pm
20 Cooper Square, 7th Floor Atrium
A public roundtable on the theme of forgiveness and the refusal to forgive in public life with Nyle Fort (Princeton University), Katherine Franke (Columbia Law School), Mariame Kaba (Project NIA and Barnard Center for Research on Women, Social Justice Institute), and Lili Loofbourow (Slate), organized and moderated by Liane Carlson (NYU Center for Religion & Media).
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A conversation about how religion, race, gender, and sexuality intersect in the battle to resist state violence.
Introductions by Richard Allen, Angela Zito & Zhang Zhen