2019 MLK Symposium: A History of Hate, Part 2

2019 MLK Symposium: A History of Hate, Part 2
3.5 CLE Hours • Event #190125OTB • CLE  Easy Pass Eligible
M: $135/$150 • NM: $185/$200 • Paralegal/Non-Attorney: $105/$120

Program Overview:

This year's Martin Luther King Jr. Symposium focuses on hate: the history of hate and its effect on various groups / institutions. 

Topics Covered in Part 2:
  • Hate and Education
    • Implicit Bias in Schools
    • Bathroom Laws
    • School Discipline
    • Disability
    • Racialized Trauma
  • Hate and Immigration
    • History of Interment and “Refugee Camps”
    • Bias in Immigration Policies
    • Modern Day Separation of Immigrant Families
    • Case Law
  • Erasing Hate
    • A History of Hate Signs, Symbols and Meanings
    • Erasing Hate: One Person’s Call to Action

Presenter(s):
Kelly Capatosto, Senior Research Associate, Kirwan Institute for Race & Ethnicity 
Kyle Strickland, Senior Legal Analyst, Kirwan Institute for Race & Ethnicity 
Robert Cohen Esq., Porter, Wright, Morris + Arthur LLP
Billy WhiteRed Rose Tattoo

When
1/25/2019 1:00 PM - 1/25/2019 4:45 PM
Where
Columbus Bar Association 175 South Third Street Suite 1100 Columbus, Ohio 43215

Friday, 25 January 2019

 
Please select this option if you want printed materials. Electronic materials will be available at no cost.
Time
1:00 PM - 4:45 PM
1/25/2019 1:00 PM