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The Right to Protest is protected by the First Amendment

Law students Chanel Sherrod, Dominique Dille and Temitope Aladetimi make their voices heard as they joined hundreds of thousands of protesters across the country in the Summer of 2020. Photo taken near  White House on June 14, 2020. 

Protest covered by NPR - Sam Gringlas

Catalyst for Racial Justice

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'White Guilt': Black Attorneys Talk Frankly About Race and Implicit Bias

This centers discussions on racism in the legal profession, from micro aggressions to negative attitudes about Black attorneys. There is a facilitation of honest and uncomfortable dialogue with the goal of making the workspace, and the legal industry at large, a more inclusive and diverse atmosphere. 

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