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ACS, BLSA Speaker Series: 'Strengthen Your Understanding: Honest Perspectives on Racial Injustice in St. Louis. Where do we go from here?'

Thursday, 24 September, 2020

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SLU LAW's American Constitution Society (ACS) and Black Law Students Association (BLSA) will host a five-week speaker series titled "Strenghen Your Understanding: Honest Perspectives" at 5 p.m. on Thursdays covering topics related to racial injustice in St. Louis.

The series will run from Aug. 27 through Sept. 24, via Zoom. 

Register in advance at this link:
https://slu.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJ0qcuGgqDIrHtRRmq3xGuM4uwiga3TpbZ1i

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
 
1.2 hours MO CLE credit available, including 1.2 ethics hours and 1.2 elimination of bias hours.
 
Sept. 24: Racial Injustice in St. Louis. Where do we go from here?
Week 5 will be presented by Jamala Rogers, Inez Bordeaux and Starsky Wilson.

Jamala RogersJamala Rogers:
Jamala Rogers is a human rights educator and longtime community organizer. She has worked tirelessly to end mass incarceration and to free the wrongfully convicted. Rogers' contributions to peace and justice have been recognized by Mound City Bar Association, American Civil Liberties Union and Missourians for Alternative to the Death Penalty, to name a few. She has a featured column in the award-winning St. Louis American and writes extensively on issues of racial justice. She is the author is Ferguson is America: Roots of Rebellion. She is currently the executive director of the Organization for Black Struggle. 

Inez BordeauxInez Bordeaux:
Inez Bordeaux is a licensed practical nurse in the state of Missouri for 14 years, organizer with the Close the Workhouse campaign, and manager of Community Collaborations at ArchCity Defenders.

 

 

Starsky WilsonStarsky Wilson:
Rev. Dr. Starsky Wilson is a pastor, philanthropist and activist pursuing God’s vision of community marked by justice, peace and love. He is president and CEO of Deaconess Foundation, board chair for the National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy (NCRP) and vice chair of the Forum for Theological Exploration (FTE).

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Series Schedule
Aug. 27: The History of Racial Injustice in St. Louis
Sept. 3: Race, Education and Property
Sept. 10: Access and Healthcare
Sept. 17: Violence Against Black Bodies and the Police
Sept. 24: Racial Injustice in St. Louis. Where do we go from here?

Contact Raina Brooks and Chandni Challa with questions.

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