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Racial Violence and its Effects on Communities: Reflections on the Trial of Ahmaud Arbery’s Killers
The tragedy of Ahmaud Arbery’s killing and the public angst, trauma and protests it engendered has gripped our entire nation. The Stanford Center for Racial Justice is hosting a public webinar to discuss the layered issues of race and law that manifested in the trial of Ahmaud Arbery’s killers. From the nearly 10 weeks it took to bring charges against the killers, to a selection of predominantly white jurors, to the organizing of hundreds of Black pastors, please join Stanford faculty to engage in a conversation on what was deemed a test case for racial justice.

As a universal design best practice, Zoom live transcription (AI-generated captions) will be enabled for all events. If you require live captioning (human) or other disability-related accommodations to participate in our events, please contact disability.access@stanford.edu or 650.725.0326. Requests should be made by December 3, 2021. All other questions can be sent to programs@law.stanford.edu.

Dec 6, 2021 01:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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