LAW 6915: Race and the Law: Systems, Structures, and Solutions

2 Credits

This course will examine the history of whiteness and legal racism through the lens of land, education, and criminal justice. The course is structured to examine the connections between traditional legal topics (land, education, crime) using case law, theory, and practical application. Students will create a final project that highlights a community harm, proposes practical solutions, and will present their research to members of applicable community organizations.

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