Ph.D. University of Minnesota. My research focuses on collective responsibility, compensatory justice, distributive justice, justice and the distribution of health care, political liberalism, race and racism, and the virtues, especially forgiveness. I serve on the editorial boards of Encyclopedia of Ethics, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews, The Journal of Ethics, The Philosophical Forum, and Social Identities. I am the Founder and Director of the Rutgers Summer Institute for Diversity in Philosophy. My books include: The Post-Racial Ideal (2012), Race and Social Justice (1999), and Between Slavery and Freedom: Philosophy and American Slavery with Bill E. Lawson (1992).