Photo (clockwise from top): 2020-2021 workshop presenters Khiara Bridges, Deborah Archer, Frank Rudy Cooper, Franita Tolson, D. Wendy Greene, LaToya Baldwin Clark, Thomas Joo, and Richard Winchester
Our annual Hon. Edward D. Re Faculty Workshop Series brings scholars from across the country together to discuss their current research and receive feedback on their works-in-progress from our faculty.
Our Workshop Series this year features scholarship related to race, racism, and anti-racism across a host of domains. Our speakers will focus on racial justice and racial empowerment issues - particularly those most affecting, experienced by, or relevant to Black people in America - arising in, for example, policing, criminal justice, housing, education, academia, religious institutions, politics, voting, healthcare, consumer protection, tax policy, corporate life, the media, the entertainment world, and other structural systems.
For more information, please contact Eva Subotnik, Professor of Law and Associate Dean for Faculty Scholarship at [email protected]
Khiara M. Bridges, UC Berkeley School of Law, Racial Disparities in Maternal Mortality
Faculty Scholarship Retreat (NB special time: 9:00 a.m. to noon)
Frank Rudy Cooper, UNLV William S. Boyd School of Law, Classing Up Excessive Force
Franita Tolson, USC Gould School of Law, In Congress We Trust?: Enforcing Voting Rights from the Founding to the Jim Crow Era
Thomas W. Joo, UC Davis School of Law, The ‘Small Business’ Myth of the Paycheck Protection Program
Deborah N. Archer, NYU School of Law, ‘White Men’s Roads Through Black Men’s Homes’: Advancing Racial Equity Through Highway Reconstruction
LaToya Baldwin Clark, UCLA School of Law, Stealing Education
D. Wendy Greene, Drexel University Thomas R. Kline School of Law, #FreeTheHair: Locking Black Hair to Civil Rights Movements
Richard Winchester, Seton Hall University School of Law, Tainted Taxes: Uncle Sam’s Share of the Spoils of Blockbusting