Has the time come to consider racial reparations?
You’ve probably heard about the renewed calls for reparations for African Americans.
It’s definitely an issue on the horizon—with one town in Illinois passing a reparations bill just last year.
Could financial compensation for the evil of slavery, America’s original sin, be a key to racial reconciliation in America? Or, would such legislation promote a misguided form of justice and further divide an already-fractured social structure?
Join ISI March 7 at Colorado Christian University for a debate between The Lamp editor Matthew Walther and DePaul University professor Jason Hill and they discuss their views on what the conservative approach to reparations should be.
This debate can be attended in-person or through livestream. To receive the link for the livestream via an email the day of the debate, select “attend via livestream” when registering.
This debate is part of the Diana Davis Spencer Debate Series. ISI is grateful to the Diana Davis Spencer Foundation for its continued partnership in our efforts to educate for liberty.