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Thursday, July 20 • 2:30pm - 3:20pm
PANEL Resisting Identity Politics - Deneen Borelli, Shelby Steele; Eli Steele, mod.

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Deneen Borelli

Chief Political Correspondent, Conservative Review
Deneen Borelli is the chief political correspondent at Conservative Review. She is one of America's premier conservatives due in large part to her outspoken and articulate criticism of failed big-government policies as well as the corrupt political establishment responsible for them. Along with her work for CR, she is a regular Fox News contributor, often appearing on... Read More →
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Shelby Steele

Research Fellow, Hoover Institution
Shelby Steele is a research fellow at the Hoover Institution and is featured in the film I Am or How Jack Became Black. He is the author of the New York Times bestseller The Content of Our Character, which won the National Book Critics’ Circle Award. Steele’s most recent book is Shame: How... Read More →
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Eli Steele

Filmmaker, I Am or How Jack Became Black
Eli Steele is the filmmaker behind I Am or How Jack Became Black. His career highlights | include What’s Bugging Seth, winner of ten film festivals, and Katrina, which won the | Breakthrough Filmmakers award. His latest film, I Am, was born out of a Los Angeles Times | op-ed wher... Read More →

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I Am, Or How Jack Became Black

Eli Steele, dir. (84 min) Thursday 1:00 pm The births of Jack and June, the third multiracial generation in filmmaker Eli Steele’s family, coincided with a startling projection: by 2050, at least 20% of all Americans will self-identify as two or more races. What will this mean to a nation tormented by race? Born black and Jewish, Steele has long battled the forces of Identity Politics in both education and employment. He believed that holding onto his individuality, rather than his skin color, was part of... Read More →

Thursday July 20, 2017 2:30pm - 3:20pm
Anthem Theater/Versailles 3

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