Duke University Professor of Sociology Eduardo Bonilla-Silva spoke on color-blind racism Tuesday, April 15.
A reception for Dr. Bonilla-Silva was held at the Covington Center atrium prior to his presentation.
Bonilla-Silva visits with President Penelope Kyle and College of Humanities and Behavioral Sciences Dean Katherine Hawkins.
President Kyle greets Tasha Cook and other Sociology Club members (l to r, Danielle Counts, Alexis Whitehurst, and Madeleine Reda), organizers of Bonilla-Silva's visit.
Dr. Lawrence Eppard, faculty representative for the Sociology Club, visits with Bonilla-Silva.
Sociology Club leaders begin the feature presentation at Bondurant Auditorium. From left: Deryk Jackson, Alexis Whitehurst, Tasha Cook, and Danielle Counts.
Bonilla-Silva delivered his lecture "Racism Without Racists," based on his book of the same name.
Bonilla-Silva spoke for one hour to a sizable audience in Bondurant Auditorium.
Bonilla-Silva took questions from the audience for another half-hour.
Skye Heasley gets a group photo following the presentation. From left: Deryk Jackson, Danielle Counts, Dr. Bonilla-Silva, Alexis Whitehurst, Tasha Cook, and Dr. Eppard.