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Harvard Multiracialism and Civil Rights Dinner Symposium

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  • nacaomestica@nacaomestica.org
    The Black Law Students Association, Multiracial Law Students Association, Charles Hamilton Houston Institute for Race and Justice, and the Asian Pacific
    Message 1 of 1 , Feb 10, 2008
      The Black Law Students Association,
      Multiracial Law Students Association,
      Charles Hamilton Houston Institute for Race and Justice,
      and the Asian Pacific American Law Students Association present


      RETHINKING RACE AND CIVIL RIGHTS IN THE 21ST CENTURY:
      MULTIRACIALISM AND THE RENEGOTIATION OF RACIAL BOUNDARIES


      Wednesday, February 13, 2008, 6:00-8:00 PM
      John Chipman Gray Room, Pound Hall (2nd Floor)
      1563 Massachusetts Avenue
      Cambridge, MA 02138


      ***All are welcome.
      Free dinner served.***


      Join a cross-racial discussion among leading
      scholars and civil rights activists about
      the place of mixed-race communities within
      the current civil rights system
      and on American racial identities.


      Where is the struggle for racial equality headed
      in an increasingly multiracial America?

      A discussion with

      * Professor Jennifer Hochschild, Harvard University (Moderator)
      * Dennis Parker, Director, Racial Justice Program, ACLU
      * Professor Kim Williams, John F. Kennedy School of Government
      * Professor Michele Elam, Stanford University
      * Matt Kelley, founder and former president, MAVIN Foundation


      Principal Sponsor:

      Sullivan & Cromwell LLP


      Organizers:

      The Black Law Students Association,
      Multiracial Law Students Association,
      Charles Hamilton Houston Institute for Race and Justice,
      and the Asian Pacific American Law Students Association present:

      Co-Sponsors:

      ALANA,
      Unbound,
      La Alianza,
      Kennedy School of Government
      American Constitution Society,
      Asian Pacific American Caucus,
      Harvard Law and Policy Review,
      South Asian Law Students Association,


      For more information,
      please contact Rei Onishi
      at ronishi@law. harvard.edu.
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