Point of Reckoning Panel Discussion

students protesting at Duke underlaid with description of the event


Bauer, Colleen


event sponsored by

Duke Institute for Brain Sciences (DIBS) &

Vice Provost for Faculty Advancement


DIBS Inclusion & Power Dynamics


Theodore D. Segal

On Wednesday, January 19, 2022, the DIBS Inclusion & Power Dynamics series will host Theodore D. Segal, author of Point of Reckoning: The Fight for Racial Justice at Duke University. Segal will share his research and reflections on the 1969 protests for racial justice at Duke. Following his talk, an expert panel moderated by Adriane Lentz-Smith, PhD, Associate Professor of History and scholar of the Civil Rights Movement, will discuss the past and current perspectives on racial equity and inclusion at Duke. The event will be held in Penn Pavilion from 1:30 to 3:00 pm, with a book signing and time for continued conversation following. Zoom link will be available for those unable to join in person. Please register in advance ( for in person or virtual attendance. Point of Reckoning can be downloaded for free from DukeSpace (PDF) or Amazon (Kindle) and hard copies are available from Duke University Press (use code E21SEGAL for a 30% discount) or wherever books are sold. A document containing highlights, key topics and excerpts to guide readers through the book is available ( Funding for the Inclusion & Power Dynamics series provided by the Office of Faculty Advancement Seed Grant Program and Duke Institute for Brain Sciences.


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