Professors On Politics: Tenure, Critical Race Theory, Voting Rights And The Olympics
This hour on Disrupted, our political roundtable tackles recent news, like Nikole Hannah-Jones’s tenure controversy and her decision to teach at Howard University. They’ll give context around Critical Race Theory, how a Supreme Court case is impacting voting rights, and whether the Olympics need a racial reckoning.
- Leah Wright-Rigueur - Associate Research Professor at the SNF Agora Institute and the Department of History at Johns Hopkins University
- Niambi Carter - Associate Professor of Political Science at Howard University
- Jonathan Wharton - Associate Professor of Political Science at Southern CT State University; Associate Dean of the School of Graduate and Professional Studies
Disrupted is produced by James Szkobel-Wolff, Zshekinah Collier, and Catie Talarski. Our interns are Maisy Carvalho and Kelly Langevin.