Race, Ethics + Power Journal [REP]

Ethics of COVID

Roberta K. Timothy, Race Matters: Ethical Implications of COVID-19 (Ethics of COVID) [2020 REP 1]

➤ Tanya L. Sharpe, Moving from a Moment to a Movement: #30@8:30 (The Ethics of COVID) [2020 REP 2]

➤ Racial Inequality During a Pandemic: Philosophical and Historical Perspectives (The Ethics of COVID) [2020 REP 3]

Ethics of Black Lives Matter


➤ I. Bennett Capers, A New Country: Afrofuturism, Critical Race Theory, and Policing in the Year 2044 [2020 REP 15]

Alex Hanna, Data, Transparency, and AI Ethics [2020 REP 16]

➤ Xine Yao, The Cultural Politics of Unfeeling: Considering Race and Affect From Below [2020 REP 17]

➤ André Brock, Black Morpheus: Race in the Technocultural Matrix [2020 REP 18]

➤ #sayhername Breonna Taylor: Race, Ethics & Justice (w/ Idil Abdillahi, Beverly Bain, El Jones) [2020 REP 19]

➤ Rodrigo Ochigame, Actuarialism and Racial Capitalism [2020 REP 20]

➤ Eddie Bruce-Jones, Black Lives and German Exceptionalism [2020 REP 21]

➤ Bianca Beauchemin, Re-imagining Diasporic Black Radical Insurgency [2020 REP 22]

➤ Olúfẹmi O. Táíwò, Compound Crisis: Cops, Climate, and COVID [2020 REP 23]

➤ Watufani Poe, Representação vs. Representatividade: Analyzing Black LGBTQ+ Identity Politics in Brazil [2020 REP 24]

➤ Jonathan Kidd & Sonya Winton-Odamtten, Lovecraft Country: A Conversation on Afrofuturism, Black Aesthetics and the Endurance of Counter-Histories [2020 REP 25]

➤ David Scott, Stuart Hall’s Ethics [2020 REP 26]


Symposium: Racial Inequality During a Pandemic: Philosophical and Historical Perspectives

➤ Elena Comay del Junco, Introduction [2020 REP 27]

➤ Yolonda Wilson, Race, COVID-19, and the Public “We” [2020 REP 28]

➤ Elena Comay del Junco, Foreground and Background [2020 REP 29]

➤ Korey Garibaldi, Early Pragmatic and Philosophical Challenges to the Science of Jim Crow [2020 REP 30]


➤ Chelsea Barabas, Beyond Accuracy and Bias: The Pursuit of “Ethical AI” in Criminal Law [2019 REP 1]

➤ Luvell Anderson, Navigating Racial Satire [2019 REP 2]


Symposium: James Forman, Locking Up Our Own: Crime and Punishment in Black America (2017) (Pulitzer Prize Winner)