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Settler Colonialism, Race, and the Law: Why Structural Racism Persists

Wednesday, November 9, 2022 | 12:00 PM EDT - 1:00 PM EDT
Professor Natsu Saito Taylor builds on the premise that racialized disparities continue to persist in the United States and are unlikely to be effectively alleviated by the Constitution's guarantee of equal protection. Her book talk provides a functional analysis linking disparate forms of oppression and makes the case that structural racism will be more effectively dismantled by contesting the ongoing settler colonization of these lands and supporting the right of all peoples to self-determination.

Co-sponsored by Rutgers Center for Security, Race and Rights, csrr.rutgers.edu.

CLE Credit: NJ: 1.2 (diversity) | NY: 1.0 (diversity) | PA: 1.0 (ethics)

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If you do not need CLE credit, register at go.rutgers.edu/vhqsvwp6
FACULTY:
Natsu Taylor Saito
Professor of Law Emerita
Georgia State University College of Law

Sahar Aziz (moderator)
Professor of Law
Chancellor’s Social Justice Scholar
Founding Director, Rutgers Center for Security, Race, and Rights
Rutgers Law School
LOCATION:
Zoom webinar
CREDITS:
CLE: NJ: 1.2 | NY: 1.0 | PA: 1.0
SUBJECT AREAS:
Diversity Training
COST:
$25.00
DETAILED INFORMATION:
Camden Location
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Camden, NJ 08102
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Newark Location
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Newark, NJ 07102
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