The Legacy of 1964: Race and Gender Inequity Fifty Years Later

Professor Trina Jones analyzes the ebbs and flows of The Civil Rights Act of 1964.

Professor Trina Jones analyzes the ebbs and flows of The Civil Rights Act of 1964.

Professor Al Brophy discusses the interaction of civil rights laws and property law.

Professor Al Brophy discusses the interaction of civil rights laws and property law.

Professor Brian Fair asks a question during a presentation.

Professor Brian Fair asks a question during a presentation.

Professor Anthony Cook discusses backlash to civil rights advances.

Professor Anthony Cook discusses backlash to civil rights advances.

Professor Dorothy Brown discusses whether Sheryl Sandberg's suggestion that women should "lean in" is relevant to African American women.

Professor Dorothy Brown discusses whether Sheryl Sandberg’s suggestion that women should “lean in” is relevant to African American women.

Professor Gregory Parks speaks about the role of fraternities and sororities in the civil rights movement.

Professor Gregory Parks speaks about the role of fraternities and sororities in the civil rights movement.

Professor Rose speaks during her presentation on juror language accommodation.

Professor Rose speaks during her presentation on juror language accommodation.

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