Michael Walker on Tuakana: History, Results, and Affirmative Action

Mike Walker will be giving a talk on the Tuakana program at the university. The program has helped to improve equity and equality at the university and yet is often accused of representing ‘reverse racism’.

In this talk, Mike Walker will explain why such claims are inaccurate and will talk about the success the program has had in creating a fairer university for students involved.

This event will take place at 7:00 in room 206-209 of the Arts 1 building on Tuesday 25th September and, as always, all are welcome.

UPDATE: This talk can be viewed here:

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A DISCUSSION OF THE PHILOSOPHICAL ISSUES AROUND AFFIRMATIVE ACTION.

Justice with Michael Sandel. Arguing Affirmative Action.

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Posted on September 17, 2012, in Affirmative Action, Ethics, Meetings, Philosophy, POlitics. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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