Six lectures in which leading figures reflect on the most powerful forces for cultural and political change at the end of the century.
4: `What's the Difference?' Writer Walter Mosley considers the 20th-century's record on race relations and in particular the black American experience.
An important figure in contemporary American writing, Mosley is creator of the Easy Rawlins crime novels including `Devil in a Blue Dress'.
Introduced by Paul Boateng, who discusses the lecture with Walter Mosley and chairs a question and answer session with the audience in the Purcell Room on London's South Bank.