Dr. Lenora Fulani to Interview Civil Rights Leader Derrick Bell Friday, May 21
Dr. Fulani Interviews Professor Derrick Bell
Professor Bell has a distinguished career as an attorney and civil rights activist that spans more than four decades. He has worked on the front lines on every aspect of civil rights. As an NAACP Legal Defense Fund lawyer he was responsible for desegregating over 300 schools in the south in the 1960's. Professor Bell was appointed to the faculty at Harvard Law School and then fired in 1992 for his outspoken protest of the absence of minority women on the law faculty. He is an accomplished teacher and author of both scholarly and literary works. His latest book, Silent Covenant is an acclaimed exploration of the landmark Brown v. The Board of Education desegregation decision.
Friday May 21st
6:00pmAdam Clayton Powell Jr. State Office Building 163 w.125th St. Second Floor On the Corner of 125th and Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd (7th Ave)
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