Transnational Perspectives on Race and Empire at the Intersection of TWAIL & CRT

2/25/2020; 87 minutes

Contemporary global and national political crises, many of which threaten the
human rights of millions and even the international system itself, bring into
sharp relief enduring colonial legacies of racial injustice and racial inequality all
over the world. In this opening and framing discussion, panelists will interrogate the role of Critical Race Theory (CRT) and Third World Approaches to International Law (TWAIL) in developing a transnational legal discourse on racial injustice and inequality, that accounts for the role of empire in producing and sustaining racial injustice and inequality. Recorded on 01/31/2020.
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