Black in America: Between Law and Justice

Wednesday, August 26, 2020 5:00pm to 6:00pm

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Please join us for the Inaugural Black August Keynote. Dr. Stefan Bradley's address will discuss the chasm between American law and justice as it concerns the African American experience.  Inasmuch, it will cover the historical role of Black jurors, litigators, and adjudicators.  Finally, the lecture will highlight the duties of future attorneys interested Black freedom.

Black August recognizes Black revolutionaries and resistance against anti-Black racism throughout the history of the United States.  The celebration of Black August began after anti-racist uprisings in California prisons in the early 1970s, LLS is pleased to present the inaugural speaker Dr. Stefan Bradley, chair of African American Studies at LMU Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts on Weds. Aug. 26, 5-6pm, co-sponsored by the LLS Equity & Inclusion Committee and the Black Law Students Association.

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Co-sponsored by LLS Equity & Inclusion Committee and BLSA

  • Deirdre Long
  • Jeffrey Wilson
  • Hank Reichman

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