What Critical Race Studies Teaches Us About Racism, Resistance & Policing

July 7, 2020 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

The Critical Race Studies Program (CRS) at UCLA School of Law is pleased to invite you to our upcoming webinar, What Critical Race Studies Teaches Us About Racism, Resistance & Policing, on Tuesday July 7th from 12-1:30 PST, moderated by CRS faculty director Laura E. Gómez and featuring CRS faculty members E. Tendayi Achiume, Devon W. Carbado, and Cheryl I. Harris.

Established in 2000 as the first law school program in the United States dedicated to critical race theory in legal scholarship and related disciplines, the Critical Race Studies program is unequaled in American legal education. Helmed by some of the nation's leading thinkers on the intersection of race and the law, CRS consistently attracts top students from around the country committed to advancing racial and social justice, and serves as an intellectual home and a source of support and inspiration to this next generation of leaders.

Please join us for this discussion as we use a critical race analysis to examine racism, resistance, policing, and the current moment. You may RSVP here.


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