Brown v. Board of Education: Mission Accomplished?
Sponsored by The AUC National Black College Alliance and The Morehouse College Leadership Center
ATLANTA, October 6, 2004 – He’s known as a distinguished professor of law who critically analyzes complex issues concerning race and inequality. Currently, Charles J. Ogletree, Jr. is the Professor of Law at the prestigious Harvard Law School, and author of the recently released and critically acclaimed book All Deliberate Speed: Reflections on the First-Half Century of Brown v. Board of Education.
On Monday, October 18th, Charles J. Ogletree will moderate the provocative panel Brown v. Board of Education: Mission Accomplished?, where panelists Dr. Cynthia M. Hewitt, assistant professor of sociology at Morehouse College, Dr. Abraham L. Davis, professor of political science at Morehouse College, Dr. Marcellus Barksdale, professor of history at Morehouse College, and Dr. Elaine Brown, president of the nonprofit education corporation Fields of Flowers, will further analyze the negative and positive implications of this significant case.
This event also includes a special guest appearance by George Greenidge, young leader and current Executive Director of the National Black College Alliance.
**All media wanting to cover this event, must obtain media credentials to access the Morehouse College Campus. Please call the Office of Communications at 404-507-8648 for more information.Posted by Kara at October 18, 2004 10:43 PM
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