The Role of the People in Justice Battles: An Overlooked Aspect of Civil Rights Litigation

In observance of Black History Month, Professor Angela A. Allen-Bell, director of the Institute for Civil Rights and Justice, will lead a discussion about how “working from the streets” was used to fight injustice during the civil rights era and how it is still necessary today. Join us to learn how each of us can take an active role in creating social justice and criminal justice changes.

Jointly Hosted By: The Red Shoes and the Louis A. Berry Civil Rights and Justice Institute 2303 Government Street, Baton Rouge, LA 70806

Time: 2 pm to 4 pm

*This event is free to students who present their ID.

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