Centre for Critical Research on Race and Identity
The Centre for Critical Research on Race and Identity (CCRRI) is dedicated to facilitating the study of race thinking and changing identities so as to improve understanding of, and stimulate public dialogue about, the epistemological, moral, cultural and other bases for perceptions of human diversity and difference. The CCRRI aims to use South Africa as a complex, multi-layered backdrop to study, and suggest practical solutions to local and global issues of race and identity. Its ultimate goal is to contribute towards social justice and tolerance of human difference, and to confirm and explore that which humans share, in this country and elsewhere.
The CCRRI, with the support from the Maurice Webb Trust, is hosting a seminar entitled ‘African National Congress, Still a Home for All?’ on 9 April 2013 in Durban.
The seminar is based on a report by The Ahmed Kathrada Foundation exploring the perspective of non-racialism by the African National Congress branch members.
Presented by Caryn Abrahams and Neeshan Bolton
RSVP: E-mail: email@example.com by 2 April 2013.
For more about the Centre for Critical Research on Race and Identity, refer to http://ccrri.ukzn.ac.za.