Marc Lamont Hill, Eddie S. Glaude Jr. and Imani Perry in Conversation

Princeton African American Studies faculty invite Professor Marc Lamont Hill to join in a wide-ranging conversation about contemporary realities. Marc Lamont Hill teaches at Temple University and is a political contributor for CNN. Trained as an anthropologist of education, his research focuses on the intersections between culture, politics, and education. The group discussed recently published books by Hill, Taylor and Glaude.

 

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