Franklin Presents Paper at Society for the Study of Africana Philosophy

Todd Franklin
Todd Franklin
A. Todd Franklin, associate professor of philosophy, presented a paper at a New York City meeting of the Society for the Study of Africana Philosophy on Feb. 21. Organized and hosted by co-founder and former Hamilton Trustee Alfred E. Prettyman '56, SSAP serves as a forum for the discussion of philosophical ideas pertinent to African Americans.

Franklin’s paper, titled "Black Subjectivity and the Significance of Voice," focused on the role of various expressions of voice in relation to the consciousness and agency of black youth.
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