Closing The Wealth Gap: Restitution, Reparations, And Other Remedies
Closing the Wealth Gap: Restitution, Reparations, and Other Remedies
The New York State Bar Association’s Task Force on Racism, Social Equity, and the Law is charged with examining how structural racism permeates and influences facets of daily life leading to injustice and inequality among New Yorkers. Join the Task Force for a free, non-CLE public forum and panel discussion on the historical context of the racial wealth gap, how reparations to American descendants of African slaves can bridge the gap, and the budget-neutral forms such reparations could take.
- Dr. Thomas Craemer
Associate Professor, School of Public Policy
University of Connecticut
- Dr. William A. Darity Jr.
Samuel DuBois Cook Distinguished Professor of Public Policy
- Prof. Anthony Paul Farley
James Campbell Matthews Distinguished Professor of Jurisprudence
Albany Law School
- A. Kirsten Mullen
Founder, Carolina Circuit Writers
- Tamika A. Coverdale, Esq.
- Mirna Martinez Santiago, Esq.
Task Force Co-Chairs
- Taa R. Grays, Esq.
- Lillian M. Moy, Esq.
- T. Andrew Brown, Esq.
This free program is for informational purposes and does not carry CLE credit. Event registration is free.
- May 16, 2022
- 5:00 PM
- 7:00 PM
- Virtual Participation
- Task Force On Racism, Social Equity, And The Law
- Committee On Continuing Legal Education