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What Does the Black Lives Matter Movement Mean to the Employment Lawyer?

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Date Published

October 15, 2020

Publisher

California Employment Lawyers Association

Subjects

Black Lives Matter Movement, Racial Justice

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Summary

Toni Jaramilla--in conversation with Dr. Melina Abdullah, Professor and former Chair of CSULA Pan African Studies, and co-founder of Black Lives Matter--Los Angeles, to discuss the global Black Lives Matter movement and how we, as attorneys and activists, can remain unified and engaged in the fight against racial injustice.

 

(Presented by the CELA's Diversity Outreach Committee)

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Presenters

Toni Jaramilla
Attorney - Toni Jaramilla, APLC

Toni Jaramilla is an employment lawyer and civil rights attorney. She believes in creating positive social change through... Read More

Dr. Melina Abdullah
Co-Founder - Los Angeles Chapter of Black Lives Matter

Dr. Melina Abdullah is a recognized expert on race, gender, class, and social movements. She was among the original group of... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

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What does the Black Lives Matter Movement Mean to the Employment Lawyer? - Video
What does the Black Lives Matter Movement Mean to the Employment Lawyer? - Paper
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