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Constructing a Black Female Delinquent: Race, Gender, and the Criminalization of African-American Girls at the Illinois Training School for Girls

September 19, 2022

3:45 pm - 5:45 pm

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Lewis Hall 202

Harvard Law School’s Program of Study in Law and History invites you to our annual Legal History Workshop.  This year’s theme is “Sex and the Law.”

On Monday, September 19th from 3:45pm to 5:45pm in Lewis Hall 202, Professor Tera Eva Agyepong (DePaul College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences) will be presenting, Constructing a Black Female Delinquent: Race, Gender, and the Criminalization of African American Girls at the Illinois Training School for Girls at Geneva.  If you would like to request a copy of the paper in advance, please email Susan Smith (ssmith@law.harvard.edu).

If you would like to receive news about the workshop and other events, please email our Legal History Fellow, Sarah Sadlier (sadlier@g.harvard.edu), to be added to the mailing list.

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