Universities yet to grasp ‘enormity’ of slavery redress, says v-c

Admitting profits is a strong start, experts say, but academia has much more central culpability yet to remedy Culled from Times Higher Education/Paul Basken Western universities deserve credit for admitting their historical profits from slavery, according to expert assessments, but have much more work to do on the academic and reparations sides of the ledger. Major blind spots for higher education, after years of emotional public admissions about past ties to slave labour and profits, include the extensive but little-explored history of medical school experimentation on captives, experts told Times Higher Education’s World…

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