Trust Black Women? A Conversation on Black Woman-Centered Movement Lawyering a Year into COVID-19 Event Recording

March 18, 2021

On Tuesday, March 16, 2020, East Bay Community Law Center Executive Director, Zoë Polk, and fellow Berkeley Law Executive Directors and friends Rachel Johnson-Farias, Esq., Executive Director of the Center on Reproductive Rights and Justice, and Savala Nolan Trepczynski, Executive Director of the Thelton E. Henderson Center for Social Justice and Lecturer at Berkeley Law, came together in virtual conversation to discuss how Black women were impacted and made an impact in 2020, and the work that’s needed to make #TrustBlackWomen a reality.

Catch up on the conversation with the event recording below:

Thank you to our event co-sponsors: Berkeley Law’s Center on Reproductive Rights and Justice and the Henderson Center for Social Justice.