Center Roundtable on Race and Guns in America

  • Date:
  • December 03, 2021

In mid-November, the Center hosted a roundtable discussion on Race and Guns in America. The conversation addressed difficult and timely issues surrounding issues of policing, public carry, vigilante actors, and self-defense. 

In January, we will be publishing the essays from the participants that came out of the event. From the discussion, it is clear those essays will be wide-ranging and explore the issue from varying perspectives. The participants at the event are below. 

  • Patrick Charles (USSOCOM)
  • Kami Chavis (Wake Forest)
  • Margareth Etienne (Illinois)
  • Pratheepan Gulasekaram (Santa Clara)
  • Daniel Harawa (Washington University-St. Louis)
  • Lindsay Livingston (Bowdoin)
  • Dave Olson (Loyola Chicago)
  • Gregory Parks (Wake Forest)
  • Brennan Rivas (Newberry Library)
  • Angela Riley (UCLA)

Nicholas Johnson (Fordham) was originally slated to attend, but it turned out he was unable to. 

Stay tuned for the essays next month!