1968: Race and Authoritarianism (Live Webinar)

1968: Race and Authoritarianism (Live Webinar)
3.0 CLE Hours • Event #201203OT
M: $135/$150 • NM: $185/$200 • Paralegal/Non-Attorney: $105/$120

PLEASE NOTE: This is a live interactive webinar that can be viewed on your own computer remotely. Participants will receive 3.0 hours of Live CLE credit. After registering for the course, you will receive a SEPARATE email from Zoom with a personalized link to access the live webinar. You must use your unique link in order to receive CLE credit for attending.

1968: Race, Authoritarianism and Unfinished Business
December 3, 2020 (1:30pm-4:45pm on Zoom)


America has some unfinished business. In 1968, after the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., the country was reeling from deadly violence and racial uprisings, sparked in large part by police misconduct. The Kerner Commission wrote about racism and white supremacy, but protests continued to rage. In 2020, some 52 years later, we are grappling with the identical issues. This event will pull the curtain back on 1968 and illustrate how history is now repeating itself.

Presenter:
Jim Robenalt, Esq., Thompson Hine

When
12/3/2020 1:30 PM - 12/3/2020 4:45 PM
Where
Columbus Bar Association 175 South Third Street Suite 1100 Columbus, Ohio 43215

Thursday, 03 December 2020

 
Please select this option if you want printed materials. Electronic materials will be available at no cost.
Time
1:30 PM - 4:45 PM
12/3/2020 1:30 PM

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