History of Racism in America: Jeffery Robinson Lecture

History of Race in America is a lecture presented by Jeffery Robinson in 2017. Robinson then served as the Deputy Legal Director and Director of the Trone Center for Justice and Equality, American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU).

“This inaugural Presidential Summit was designed to help practitioners identify and confront issues of racial bias in our courts, the law enforcement community, by prosecutors, and yes, even the defense team. Attendees heard from trial lawyers, academics, and formerly incarcerated individuals who offered their personal perspectives, strategies, and ideas on why Race Matters. This program was created to intentionally challenge you to push the envelope on your understanding of and willingness to attack racial bias in the criminal justice system.”

Race Matters I: The Impact of Race on Criminal Justice lecture was given September 14-15, 2017 in Detroit, MI.

Read More: https://www.nacdl.org/Content/RaceMattersTheImpactofRaceonCriminalJustice2017

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