Mar 11, 2019
This week, we’re featuring Khalil G. Muhammad,Professor of History, Race and Public Policy at Harvard Kennedy School and a Suzanne Young Murray Professor at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study. Khalil has spent his professional life examining the intersections of race, democracy, inequity and criminal justice in modern U.S. History, and this year he was CMU’s Martin Luther King keynote lecturer.
This episode features a roundtable discussion with several CMU students and focuses on institutional racism, reparations, how students can fight for diversity and inclusion at CMU, criminal justice and much more. Special thanks to Saaliha Khan- officer of Heinz College Council for Diversity, Richness and Inclusion, Kate VanDerWiede - President of Heinz Radio, and Shernell Smith - associate director of The Center for Student Diversity & Inclusion for co-hosting the discussion.
We hope you enjoy the conversation!