Trust Black Women? A Conversation on Black Woman-Centered Movement Lawyering a Year into COVID-19Wednesday, March 3, 2021
As the largest free legal service provider and legal clinic to Black and Brown communities in the East Bay, The East Bay Community Law Center is committed to uplifting the special contributions of those who have led us in grassroots mobilization, social justice movements and politics. Black women have always been the center of racial justice advocacy but have we, as a society, trusted them enough to lead us in movement lawyering?
Please join us on Tuesday, March 16th from 3:30PM-5PM for a virtual conversation on Black women-centered movement lawyering a year into COVID-19.
- Rachel Johnson-Farias, Executive Director of the Center on Reproductive Rights and Justice
- Zoë Polk, Executive Director of East Bay Community Law Center
- Savala Nolan Trepczynski, Executive Director of the Henderson Center for Social Justice and Lecturer at Berkeley Law
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Thank you to our event co-sponsors: Berkeley Law’s Center on Reproductive Rights and Justice and the Henderson Center for Social Justice.
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