Richard Rothstein: The Color of Law - Book Talk and Panel Discussion


Racial, ethnic, and economic residential segregation today is no accident, but rather the result of intentional government policies, such as redlining, enforcing racial covenants, discriminatory lending, and outright segregation in federal programs.

Please join us for an interview with Richard Rothstein, followed by a panel discussion and an opportunity for audience questions.

Panelists to include:


September 12, 2017 at 6:00pm - 8pm
Yale University - Sterling Law Building
127 Wall St
New Haven, CT 06511
United States
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annie harper Nicole Cooper Cowlis Andrews David Weinreb Susan Pinkerton Jonathan Cohen Elizabeth Smith Mike Carter Jeremy Landa Kathy Fay Ann McCarthy Emily Barreca Alisa Tiwari Andrea Siso Nataliya Braginsky Madeline Silva Alyson Zandt Hiram Brett Natalie Alexander Jennifer Pope Mira Debs Rhonda Davenport Erica Holahan Kia Levey-Burden Mona Scales Beverly Hodgson Elizabeth Rosenthal Max Jordan Nguemeni tiako Lourdes Alvarez Robin Trepanier Karyn Gilvarg Arjun Mody Emma Tran Dick Hasbany Isabelle Hanna Cassandra DeFElice Yael Granot Arash Ghiassi Jill Keating Herbst Ralph Jones typhanie jackson Ingrid M. Canady Natasha Guandique Kara Wevers Julia Coppelman Allaya Lloyd James Allen Daniela Estrada

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