His presentation will look at how the nation must address the
harms of its past in order to reach racial reconciliation and
move forward. Education and discussion, he says, are key to
transforming conflict into peace.
Ragland will talk about what reparations might look like in the
modern era. According to the United Nations, it involves five
elements: restitution, rehabilitation, compensation,
satisfaction and guarantees of non-repetition.
tri-c.edu/reparations to register for the online
The event celebrates a decade of difference-making for Tri-C’s
Conflict Resolution and Peace Studies program. The certificate
program works to build leaders equipped with the knowledge and
skills to create harmonious relationships across communities.
Editor’s Npte: This anniversary event is being held in
partnership with the College’s Carol S. Franklin Social Science
Speaker Series, which provides a forum to enhance awareness of
current events and issues relevant to the community.