Dialogue Program

Sundays at 10:30 AM ET on MHz Worldview

Defining the Future

Jun 15, 2009 to Jun 21, 2009

Deborah Gray White, Distinguished Professor of History at Rutgers University and current Fellow of the Woodrow Wilson Center

 

There is a debate underway within the African-American Community about the appropriateness of the expression "post-black". First used by young artists, post-black is seen as an indicator of the variety of experiences that influence one's work beyond ethnic identity. Like the pre-eminent role African-Americans played in the million-person marches of the 1990's, this debate suggests a group and a society wrestling with more complex understandings of it. Dr. Deborah Gray White explains the nature and importance of this emerging controversy.

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