25 October 2016
Time: 6:00pm - 7:30pm
Crime, immigration, poverty, disenfranchisement, police brutality, inequality: no matter the proxy, race has been the undercurrent of almost every major campaign issue in the 2016 US election. Anti-immigration forces and white supremacists have become more visible at a time when the voting power of the Latino and African-American communities has never been stronger. But where does this political polarity lead? What are the long-term implications for how race, racism, and inequality have been mobilised in American political culture?
VIDEOS & INTERVIEWS
Centre CEO Simon Jackman takes a look at the damage Trump's taxes could do to his electoral chances.
Catch up with Planet America, hosted by Centre research associate John Barron and watch recent episodes with Tom Switzer, David Smith and Gorana Grgic.
Centre CEO Simon Jackman explains the Centres wide range of teaching, research, study abroad and outreach activities.