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Institutional Racism in the Courts: Truth, Reconciliation, and Connection (August 2021)

  • ON-DEMAND SEMINAR

This program will remind us that racism has come from decisions of courts we still appear before, in buildings we still work in, and from positions which, while occupied today by different people, still exist. Through a discussion of three cases—United States v. Hirabayashi, Price v. Evergreen Cemetery Co. of Seattle, and O’Meara v. Wash. Bd. Against Discrimination, we will ask, given that these courts and positions still exist: What has changed? What hasn’t changed? What is our responsibility to tell the truth and seek reconciliation? How has racial segregation in Seattle left a lasting impact on access to local courts?

Original Program Date: August 19, 2021
Product Code: 21565-FSV

Credits:
1.00 Ethics
  • List Price: $99.00
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Back to Institutional Racism in the Courts: Truth, Reconciliation, and Connection

Presenters:
Judge David Keenan – King County Superior Court, Seattle, WA
Commissioner Jonathon Lack – King County Superior Court, Kent, WA


For accessibility or accommodation requests, or other questions, please email ondemand@wsba.org.

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