Louis-Georges Tin on "Colonization, Slavery, and Reparations in France and the World Today"
Havens Lecture: Louis-Georges Tin presents a lecture on "Colonization, Slavery, and Reparations in France and the World Today".
Louis-Georges Tin is an internationally recognized scholar and activist. He is maître de conférences at the École supérieure du professorat et de l'éducation in Orléans, France. Author of the Dictionary of Homophobia and The Invention of Heterosexual Culture, he was the driving force behind the International Day Against Homophobia, approved by the UN General Assembly. One of the founders of the CRAN (Conseil Représentatif des Associations Noires), he has served as the group's spokesperson and president.
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