Critical Race Theory and Interest Convergence

By | January 29, 2021
7:30 pm - 8:30 pm

This presentation will discuss Interest Convergence in a historical context of American Society. Critical Race Theory is a body of scholarship steeped in radical activism that seeks to explore and challenge the prevalence of racial inequality in society (Rollick and Gillborn, 2011). Interest Convergence – Bell (1980) contends that “the interest of blacks in achieving racial equality will be accommodated only when it converges with the interests of whites.”

Suggested Readings:

Faces at the Bottom of the well: The permanence of racism. Bell, D. 1992
Critical Race Theory: An Introduction  Delgado, R. & Stefancic, J. 2001 

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