Professor Majette Co-Chairs Midwest People of Color Legal Scholarship Conference; Is Elected to Conference Board of Trustees

Professor Gwendolyn R. Majette was a co-Chair of the Midwest People of Color Legal Scholarship Conference entitled Honoring Dr. King and His Legacy:  Redoubling the Struggle for Equality and Inclusion in the Wake of the Social Legitimization of Racism that was held at Case Western School of Law on April 5 – 7, 2018.  The conference theme examined the degree of racial progress made by communities of color fifty years after April 4, 1968, the day when Dr. Martin Luther King was assassinated.  Professor Majette also served as a moderator for the panel Challenges and Progress Since the Death of King, during which she presented her work-in-progress, RETRENCHMENT from the PPACA Framework to Eliminate Health Disparities for People of Color.  At the end of the meeting, Professor Majette was elected to the Midwest People of Color Legal Scholarship Conference Board of Trustees.

 

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