Join Dr. Brandon Crowley as he speaks about the economic injustices that have persisted since slavery and how these injustices have led to a wealth gap between white and Black Americans. How can we as a nation go about righting these wrongs? What role would reparations play and how would eligibility be determined?
Register through Zoom. The event will also be livestreamed on the Burlington Public Library Facebook page.
Brandon Thomas Crowley PhD is a scholar in ecclesiology and theology. He serves as the Senior Pastor of The Historic Myrtle Baptist Church of West Newton and as an adjunct instructor at Harvard Divinity School.
This program, hosted by Burlington Public Library, is a collaboration of Memorial Hall Library, Chelmsford Library, J.V. Fletcher Library, Lawrence Public Library, Stevens Memorial Library and Tewksbury Public Library, Libraries Working Towards Social Justice.