Seminar Series Solidarity, Harvard
For centuries, racist or casteist ideologies have overlapped in the oppression of African Americans, Dalits, Romani people, and others.
The racecraft of inferiority continues to be a powerful ideological weapon that ruling elites and dominant majorities have been using—intentionally and unintentionally, overtly or covertly—against historically oppressed groups.
Voices belonging to various minority and marginalized groups will discuss opportunities and tactics to connect, share, and stand together in solidarity against oppression. The Dismantling Racecraft, Castecraft.
Seminar series aims to create a space for solidarity and partnership among activists, scholars, community leaders.
Similar struggles for justice, equality, and dignity of historically oppressed groups seminar series is a joint initiative of Dr. Margareta (Magda) Matache (The Harvard FXB Center for Health and Human Rights) and Dr. Suraj Yengde (Harvard Kennedy School). Special guest of the event was Dr. Cornel West. Event was moderated by Dr. Khalil Gibran Muhammad.