Three members of the History, Philosophy and Social Sciences Department discuss what we can learn from post-war Germany’s struggle with its Nazi history. How does Germany’s path compare to the way the U.S. has handled its Civil War history, which included entrenched opposition to abolishing slavery, Jim Crow and segregation laws? How does this history directly relate to issues of racism today?
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This event may be attended via Zoom or live.
The following is the Zoom link for this presentation: https://zoom.us/j/95010897492
Faculty Presenters: Carla Michalak, Steven Call and I.J. Byrnes
Time and Location: 11 a.m., T-101 and on Zoom