Political scientist Adolph Reed, Jr. takes part in racism and inequality forum on November 17

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      Adolph Reed, Jr., professor emeritus of political science at the University of Pennsylvania, will take part in an online discussion of race and inequality next Tuesday (November 17) at 1 pm Pacific time.

      Reed, a contributing editor to The New Republic and a frequent contributor to The Village Voice, will speak at the event titled Anti-Black Racism & Equality: What Is to Be Done?, which is part of the Centre for Free Expression's Conversation Series and is cosponsored by the Vancouver Public Library.

      He will be joined in the conversation by Umair Muhammad, Ph.D. student at York University and author of Confronting Injustice: Social Activism in the Age of Individualism.

      Further info and a Zoom link for the event can be found here.