Resilience of Racism Conference 2017

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SAVE THE DATE!

Resilience of Racism Conference
June 1-3, 2017
Oakland, California (venue TBA)

The Equal Justice Society and our allies have used mind science concepts such as implicit bias and racial anxiety to explain and understand racism. Recent political discourse has demonstrated that both explicit racism and structural racism are alive and well. This conference will use mind science to help us understand and ameliorate racism in all its manifestations.

Save the dates (June 1-3, 2017) for this conference. We will share the conference location as soon as that is confirmed.

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CONFERENCE SPEAKERS
List in formationĀ (As of September 28, 2016)

Jeff Adachi
San Francisco Public Defender

Sara Campos
Attorney, Consultant, Writer
Immigrants Rights

Erwin Chemerinsky
Dean
UC Irvine Law School

Judge Bernice Donald
US Court of Appeals, Sixth Circuit

Allison Elgart
Legal Director
Equal Justice Society

Dr. Linda Tropp
Professor of Social Psychology
University of Massachusetts Amherst

Michael Harris
Senior Attorney
National Center for Youth Law

Dale Minami
Partner
Minami Tamaki LLP

Eva Paterson
President
Equal Justice Society

Osagie Obasogie
Professor of Law
UC Hastings

Prof. john a. powell
Chair, Haas Institute for Fair & Inclusive Society
UC Berkeley

Dr. Jennifer Richeson
Professor of Psychology
Yale University

Thomas A. Saenz
President and General Counsel
Mexican American Legal Defense Fund

Dr. James Thrasher
Education Management
California Teachers Association

Dr. Judy White
Superintendent
Moreno Valley Unified School District

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For more information, contact Christopher Bridges at cbridges@equaljusticesociety.org, or 415-288-8700.