Race, Rights and the Rule of Law
Opportunities from Conflict in an Unpredictable World
60 -90 minutes
Raymond M. Brown & Wanda M. Akin
Raymond Brown and Wanda Akin stand at the forefront of civil and human rights jurisprudence, not with simple rhetoric or vitriol, but with considered and effective action for carrying on the cause of civil justice.
The Momentum of the Civil Rights Movement 50+ years hence
Despite gains made during the Civil Rights Movement and the removal of legal impediments to racial equality, race-based discrimination in the basic rights of citizenship, roll-backs of protections in employment and education, and institutional violence towards African Americans remain and have gained in frequency and acceptance.
Explore your opportunities and obligations regarding:
School Desegregation and re-segregation;
The cutting away of affirmative action programs;
The Voting Rights Act, voter ID laws and disenfranchisement;
Policing reform, reorganization and reimagination; and
The war on drugs and other contributors to mass incarceration.
If you are not convinced that your understanding of the course topic has
improved after completion of any P.E.G.® seminar, we will refund your course tuition.