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"Fifty Years After the Sit-Ins: Reflecting On The Role of Protest In Social Movements And Law Reform."

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"Fifty Years After the Sit-Ins: Reflecting On The Role of Protest In Social Movements And Law  Reform."

Time: January 28, 2010 to January 30, 2010
Location: University of Virginia
City/Town: Charlottesville, VA
Website or Map: http://www.law.virginia.edu/r…
Event Type: academic/legal, conference
Organized By: The Mid-Atlantic People of Color Legal Scholarship Conference (MAPOC) and the University of Virginia Center for the Study
Latest Activity: Nov 1, 2009

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Dear friends and colleagues,

Below is a tentative schedule of the forthcoming Mid-Atlantic People
of Color Legal Scholarship Conference (MAPOC) this January 28-30, 2010
at the University of Virginia, entitled "Fifty Years After the
Sit-Ins: Reflecting On The Role of Protest In Social Movements And Law
Reform." Please save the date and forward to anyone of possible
interest, regardless of geographic location. After October 15, more
information on the conference, including registration, will be
available at www.law.virginia.edu/race.

We have planned an outstanding program, including a Friday lunch
keynote speech by Julian Bond. We also have a publication opportunity,
especially for panelists. If you want to present a work-in-progress,
please contact Hank Chambers at hchamber@richmond.edu .

FIFTY YEARS AFTER THE SIT-INS: REFLECTING ON THE ROLE OF PROTEST IN
SOCIAL MOVEMENTS AND LAW REFORM

University of Virginia School of Law
January 28-30, 2010

Principal Sponsors: The Mid-Atlantic People of Color Legal Scholarship
Conference (MAPOC) and the University of Virginia Center for the Study
of Race and Law.

Kim Forde-Mazrui
Justice Thurgood Marshall Distinguished Professor in Law Director,
Center for the Study of Race and Law University of Virginia School of
Law 580 Massie Road Charlottesville, VA 22903-1738
Phone: 434-924-3299
E-mail: kimfm@virginia.edu
Faculty homepage: www.law.virginia.edu/fac/kf9j Center for the Study
of Race and Law website: www.law.virginia.edu/ race

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