Racial Violence and its Effects on Communities: Reflections on the Trial of Ahmaud Arbery’s Killers

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The tragedy of Ahmaud Arbery’s killing and the public angst, trauma and protests it engendered has gripped our entire nation. The Stanford Center for Racial Justice is hosting a public webinar to discuss the layered issues of race and law that manifested in the trial of Ahmaud Arbery’s killers. From the nearly 10 weeks it took to bring charges against the killers, to a selection of predominantly white jurors, to the organizing of hundreds of Black pastors, please join Stanford faculty to engage in a conversation on what was deemed a test case for racial justice.

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Stanford’s Rick Banks on Race and the Rittenhouse Case

Shirin Sinnar 1

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Professor Rick Banks
Jackson Eli Reynolds Professor of Law, Stanford Law School; Faculty Director of the Stanford Center for Racial Justice
Professor Shirin Sinnar
Professor of Law and John A. Wilson Faculty Scholar, Stanford Law School
Professor David Sklansky
Stanley Morrison Professor of Law, Stanford Law School; Faculty Co-Director, Stanford Criminal Justice Center

Professor Bob Weisberg

Edwin E. Huddleson, Jr. Professor of Law and Associate Dean for Curriculum, Stanford Law School; Faculty Co-Director, Stanford Criminal Justice Center

 

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Stanford Center for Racial Justice

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