The Time of Slavery: History, Memory, Politics, and the Constitution
A presentation from 2021–2022 Joy Foundation Fellow Ariela Gross
Ariela Gross is the John B. and Alice R. Sharp Professor of Law and History at USC Gould School of Law. She is writing a book that will look at the way the history and memory of slavery reverberate through law, culture, and politics in debates about reparations, affirmative action, and other forms of redress for a past that lives on in the present.
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