This event will explore current research on race in the US, fifty years after the Kerner Report, and will be followed by the launch of a new publication by the Eisenhower Foundation.
This report from a 1994 Assembly was written in the wake of disturbing international emergencies in Bosnia, Haiti, Rwanda, and other nations. The report advocated identifying instruments of U.S. foreign policy that can reduce unwanted migration, with promotion of human rights and achievement of democracy at the top of the list. A book by the same title was published by The American Assembly the following year.
This 1995 book came in the wake of tragic developments in Bosnia, Haiti, and Rwanda, revealing just how urgent these issues are--as experts in the field show in these timely and thought-provoking essays.
This 1972 Assembly examined mass incarceration in America and its disportionate impact on minority groups.