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A Pod Called Quest Goes to Dartmouth

The nature, practice, and responsibilities of student social justice activism.

Friday, April 30, 2021
4:00pm – 6:00pm
via Zoom (details below)
Intended Audience(s): Public
Categories: Lectures & Seminars

A Pod Called Quest Goes to Dartmouth
The nature, practice, and responsibilities of student social justice activism

Friday, April 30, 2021
Zoom information below

Live Podcast Recording, 4-5pm
Zoom link: https://umich.zoom.us/j/92057742177
passcode: 377314

Discussion (not recorded), 5-6pm
Zoom link:  https://dartmouth.zoom.us/j/96020046979
passcode: 778808


Description: “A Pod Called Quest” is a podcast taking on everything that people concerned about injustice care about, from the wealth gap to voting rights, to police brutality, to reparations, to health and well-being, to climate change, to state repression and much more.  Sage and Science want listeners to think with them about problems of injustice, just futures, and evidence-based solutions. Derrick Darby (aka Sage) is a philosopher at Rutgers University. Christian Davenport (aka Science) is a political scientist and sociologist at the University of Michigan. Join our quest to impose logic as well as data on the struggle for justice in America and globally. Give us your time, we give you power, wealth, and culture.

Dr. Derrick Darby is a Henry Rutgers professor of philosophy. He holds a B. A. from Colgate and a Ph.D. from Pittsburgh. He is the founding director of the Rutgers Social Justice Solutions Research Collaboratory and also directs its renowned Summer Institute for Diversity in Philosophy.

Dr. Christian Davenport is the Walgreen’s Professor of Human Understanding in the department of Political Science, Faculty Associate at the Institute for Social Research at the University of Michigan, Research Professor at the Peace Research Institute Oslo and Elected Fellow at the American Association for the Arts and Sciences.


Part of the Philosophy Department's Race, Gender and Justice Lecture Series. To see more about the Philosophy department's commitment to social justice and to working towards a better future, visit here: https://philosophy.dartmouth.edu/news-events/philosophy-and-struggle-against-racism


For more information, contact:
Professor Peter Lewis

Events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.