Institutional Antiracism and Accountability (IARA) Project Series
"Reckoning With The Past, Rebuilding The Future"
The Institutional Antiracism and Accountability Project at the Ash Center in conjunction with the IOP wants to critically exam a year of promises of institutional antiracist change and how a more truthful teaching of American history can lead to social transformation. What has been done? What is the real impact and what work should we be doing? How do we, as individuals, institutions, and policy makers leverage new awareness and commitments around racial equity in order to dismantle structural racism in the United States.
For more on the Institutional Antiracism and Accountability Project, visit https://ash.harvard.edu/iara
- April 6, 2022: "Reckoning with the Truth of Law and Civil Rights," featuring Janai Nelson and Khalil Gibran Muhammad
- April 4, 2022: "Indigenous, Black and Communities of Color Fighting for Environmental Justice," featuring Karen Diver, Shamar Bibbins, Governor Stephen Roe Lewis, and Megan Hill
- March 23, 2022: "Advancing Racial Justice in Philanthropy: Aspiration or Reality?" featuring Crystal Hayling, Rajasvini Bhansali, Amoretta Morris, and Carmen Rojas
- February 10, 2022: "How the Tax System Impoverishes Black Americans - and How We Can Fix It," featuring Professors Dorothy A. Brown and Mehrsa Baradaran
- October 14, 2021: "Reckoning with the Past, Rebuilding The Future," featuring Dr. Ibram Kendi, Heather McGhee, and Dr. Khalil Muhammad