The Titus-Hepp Lecture Series welcomes Charles Mills of Northwestern University presenting “Racial Equality.” Mills states: "Racial equality has been a moral and political demand from people of color for hundreds of years. But discussions within philosophy of this concept, and what it would take to realize it as an ideal, are still comparatively rare. In this paper I will look at some of the different dimensions of racial equality, the theoretical problems it poses for Rawlsian justice theory, and offer some suggestions as to how I think these challenges might be addressed."
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