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Dartmouth Summer Lecture Series 2022: Redefining the Meaning of Race in the 21st Century   

This talk explores how racial differences are used to preserve white supremacy. In this lecture, Carter demonstrates not only the way race conditions the way non-dominant groups, particularly Black Americans experience citizenship, but illuminates our nation’s commitment to white supremacy as an organizing principle in ways that threaten the long-term health of our democracy.

Dr. Niambi Carter is an Associate Professor of Political Science at Howard University. She is the author of the award-winning book American While Black: African Americans, Immigration, and the Limits on Citizenship (2019, Oxford University Press) which offers a critical examination of African American public opinion on immigration. She is a 2021-2022 Woodrow Wilson Fellow and working on a new project examining U.S. Haitian refugee policy (1973-2021).   She is an expert on African American politics, with an emphasis on public opinion and political behavior.  Her work has appeared in numerous publications such as Journal of Politics, National Review of Black Politics, Political Psychology, The DuBois Review, and The Washington Post.

 
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