Post date: October 9, 2001 — 11:30 a.m.
On Thursday, October 11, Harvard Law School Professor Charles Ogletree will discuss his views of the U.N. World Conference Against Racism, including its successes and failures. Specifically, he will address some of the major conflicts, including the efforts to equate Zionism with racism, the reparations movement, and the U.S. media’s coverage of international racism.
The talk will be held in the Austin West classroom at 5 p.m. In attendance will be Sudanese refugees from the Sudanese Antislavery Movement
For those who cannot attend the event in person, the speech will be webcast live.
Ogletree’s lecture is sponsored by Harvard Law School’s Saturday School program. Established in 1988, the Saturday School provides a forum for students to engage in constructive dialogue with professors, legal practitioners, elected officials, judges, and others.
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