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Murder of George Floyd and Subsequent Racist Violence

We, the faculty and staff of the UNC Charlotte Department of Philosophy, condemn the murders of Ahmaud Arbery, George Floyd, Tony McDade, Breonna Taylor, and all other ongoing assaults against Black life and futurity.

In the wake of the March 2021 spa shootings in Atlanta, GA, we join our college (CLAS) in asserting:

We cannot move in the name of social justice and eliminating anti-Black racism without acknowledging and denouncing the hateful, violent, and deadly acts against Asian and Asian Americans which has increased dramatically over the last two years, and has accumulated into the killing of 8 people, including 6 Asian women in Atlanta, Georgia, on March 16. CLAS’ Race and Social Justice initiative is in its early stages of identifying and rooting out systemic racism within our College and building policy to protect all members from injustice based on any social  category. We stand with our students, faculty, administrators, and staff of Asian descent and stand against hate, xenophobia, and any acts of injustice which targets this community.

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Dr. Mark Sanders Featured on The Center for Hip-Hop Advocacy's "Hip-Hop Can Save America!" Podcast

   April 22, 2021

Dr. Mark Sanders was interviewed by Manny Faces on the Center for Hip-Hop Advocacy's podcast, "Hip-Hop Can Save America!" The interview covers Dr. Sanders' academic work at the intersection of Hip-Hop and philosophy.


The episode, and more information about the podcast series, is available here: ...

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Dr. Robin James Featured on The Clark Institute for Art's "In the Foreground" Podcast

   April 6, 2021

Dr. Robin James was recently interviewed by Caitlin Woolsey of The Clark Institute for Art's podcast, "In the Foreground, Conversations on Art and Writing." The interview covers Dr. James' work in general, and her most recent book, The Sonic Episteme: Acoustic Resonance, Neoliberalism, and Biopolitics (Duke University Press, 2019), in particular...

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Camilla Cannon Publishes MA Research Paper in Top Journal

   March 25, 2021

Many congratulations to Camilla Cannon, a 2019 graduate from our Ethics and Applied Philosophy M.A. Program, for their recent publication of "Non-binary Gender Identity and Algorithmic-psychometric Marketing Legibility" in the top media and communication studies journal, Feminist Media Studies. Camilla wrote the original version of this...

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