Event: Sept. 17. 5:30pm. Dallas Hall, McCord Auditorium, Room 306
Ronald Reagan and the Struggle Over Apartheid. In 1986, anti-apartheid leader Archbishop Desmond Tutu announced that President Ronald Reagan would be “judged harshly by history” for vetoing economic sanctions against South Africa.
Co-sponsored by the Dedman College Interdisciplinary Institute and the SMU Center for Presidential History, this event features Dr. Piero Gleijeses, a professor at Johns Hopkins University and one of the leading scholars of the global Cold War and the struggle over Apartheid, and Rozell W. “Prexy” Nesbitt, an educator and speaker on Africa, foreign policy and racism, and an activist in the anti-apartheid movement in the United States.
To register for this event, please visit http://blog.smu.edu/cph/ events/reaganapartheid/. For more information, please contact Brian Franklin at email@example.com.