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The Death Penalty and Black Men with Disabilities feat Dr. Tommy J. Curry

The Death Penalty disproportionately hurts Black men with disabilities. Join MADP October 3rd, 2021, 3PM-5PM CST, for a webinar, "The Death Penalty and Black Men with Disabilities", featuring Dr. Tommy J. Curry.

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The Death Penalty and Black Men with Disabilities feat Dr. Tommy J. Curry

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Oct 03, 2021, 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM CDT

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About the event

The Death Penalty disproportionately hurts Black men with disabilities.

Join MADP October 3rd, 2021, 3PM-5PM CST, for a webinar, "The Death Penalty and Black Men with Disabilities", featuring Dr. Tommy J. Curry, Author, Scholar, and Professor of Philosophy and the Personal Chair of Africana Philosophy and Black Male Studies at the University of Edinburgh.

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About Dr. Curry: Tommy J. Curry is a Professor of Philosophy and holds the Personal Chair of Africana Philosophy and Black Male Studies at the University of Edinburgh. His academic research interests are 19th century ethnology, Critical Race Theory, Intra-racial violence, & Black Male Studies. Dr. Curry’s research aims to bring attention to the sexual assault, physical abuse, and mental anguish of Black men and boys throughout the world. He is the author of "The Man-Not: Race, Class, Genre, and the Dilemmas of Black Manhood" (Temple University Press 2017), which won an American Book Award in 2018, and "Another white Man’s Burden: Josiah Royce’s Quest for a Philosophy of Racial Empire" (SUNY Press 2018), which recently won the Josiah Royce Prize for American Idealist Thought. Dr. Curry has been recognized by Diverse Magazine as being among the Top 15 Emerging Scholars in the United States in 2018 and was awarded the Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy’s Alain Locke Award in 2017 for his public commentaries around the death and sexual assault of Black men in America. He is the past president of Philosophy Born of Struggle, one of the oldest Black philosophy organizations in the United States and is now the editor of the first book series dedicated to the study of Black males entitled "Black Male Studies: A Series Exploring the Paradoxes of Racially Subjugated Males" on Temple University Press.

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