Constance Baker Motley Series: Critical Race Theory in Practice (EMS220322)

Tuesday, March 22, 2022

5:00 PM to 6:15 PM (Eastern Daylight Time)


United States


The Constance Baker Motley Series on Racial Inequality is presented by the Connecticut Bar Association (CBA) and its Diversity and Inclusion Committee, in collaboration and co-sponsorship with the Connecticut Bar Foundation (CBF) and James W. Cooper Fellows.

About the Program

Critical Race Theory has been at the forefront of discussion in and higher education and policy. This session will explore the origins of Critical Race Theory (CRT), the value of this approach in dismantling structural inequities in education, and criticisms as well to alternatives to Critical Race Theory. Participants will have an opportunity to ask questions.

You Will Learn

  • What critical race theory is (and isn’t)
  • What we are trying to achieve when discussing CRT?
  • What are alternatives to CRT?
  • Why are we/why should we look at society critically?

Who Should Attend

Judges, lawyers, professors, students, educators, legislators, public section and private sector employees, DE&I teams, human resources teams




angela-robinson Hon. Angela C. Robinson (Ret.)
Quinnipiac University School of Law, Hamden

Wharton_Jonathan1 Dr. Jonathan L. Wharton
Southern Connecticut State University, New Haven

CLE Credit

CT: 1.25 CLE Credits (Ethics)

Closed captioning will be available during the seminar presentation for virtual attendees.


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