The Race in America Lecture Series

Panel Discussion + Fireside Chat

Raymond Santana - Race in America Lecture

The Office for Diversity, Equity, and Community Engagement invites you to attend the inaugural Race in America Lecture Series featuring a Scholar Panel Discussion and Fireside Chat with Raymond Santana, 1/5 of the" Exonerated Five."

 

Scholar Panel Discussion

"When They See Us: Exploring the Causes and Impact of Wrongful Convictions and Accusations of Youth of Color" 

5pm-6:15pm

The scholar panel discussion, "When They See Us: Exploring The Causes and Impact of Wrongful Convictions and Accusations of Youth of Color", will feature Angela Jordan Davis, Kristin Nicole Henning, Renee McDonald Hutchins, and Michael Pinard and will be moderated by GW Professor of Law, Patricia Roberts Harris Research Professor and Founding Director of the Criminal Law and Policy Inititive, Roger A. Fairfax Jr. 

 

A Fireside Chat with Raymond Santana 

6:30-7:30pm

Following the panel discussion, CNN Legal Analyst, Best Selling Author, and SiriusXM Host, Laura Coates will take the stage alongside Raymond Santana, 1/5 of the "Exonerated Five" for a Fireside Chat at 6:30pm. Immediately after the Fireside Chat and Audience Q&A will be a reception.

 

 

 

 

Google map embed