Reparations and the Law

February 17

9:00 am - 9:00 pm

Panel Discussion on the current state of the “reparations for slavery” movement in the United States/Abroad and how it relates to the law. Several panelists will take part in the event to speak on a wide range of topics from why reparations are good/bad, reparations in other instances (Holocaust, Japanese Internment, etc.), national and international legal precedent, ways by which slave reparations might be distributed/funded, etc. The discussion will be followed by a dinner with a keynote speaker.

Sponsored by the Black Law Students Association
Contact: Samuel Brown, samuelbrown@hotmail.com or Professor Pamela Bridgewater, pbridgewater@wcl.american.edu