Mar. 28: Disability, Race, and the School-to-Prison Pipeline

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Disability, Race, and the School-to-Prison Pipeline

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Join the Disability Allied Law Students Association (DALSA), the Education Law & Policy Society (EdLaw), the Black Allied Law Students Association (BALSA), the Suspension Representation Project (SRP), and the Junior Board of Advocates for Children of New York for a panel discussion on the School-to-Prison Pipeline. The panel will examine the different ways race and disability intersect with school discipline practices, the delivery of special education services, and graduation rates that together shape the School-to-Prison Pipeline.

 

Panelists Include:
Dennis Parker, Director of the ACLU Racial Justice Program
Paulina Davis, Professor of Lawyering, NYU School of Law
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Moderator: Dawn Yuster, Director of Advocates for Children’s School Justice Project

 

Date: Wednesday, March 28th, 2018, at 6PM

Location: NYU School of Law, Vanderbilt Hall, Room 220

Dinner and drinks will be served

Sponsored by O’Melveny & Myers

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