Panel Discussion: Yale Reckons with Slavery

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In this informal panel discussion relating to the Lillian Goldman Law Library’s current exhibition, Race, Slavery, & the Founders of Yale Law School, panelists will discuss the exhibit in the broader contexts of the university-wide Yale & Slavery Research Project and similar initiatives at other American law schools and educational institutions.  Panelists include Susan Gibbons (Vice Provost for Collections & Scholarly Communications), Michael Morand (Director of Community Engagement, Beinecke Library), and exhibition curators Kathryn James (Rare Book Librarian) and Fred Shapiro (Associate Director for Collections & Special Projects).  The discussion will be introduced by Heather Gerken (Dean and Sol & Lillian Goldman Professor of Law) and facilitated by Femi Cadmus (Law Librarian and Professor of Law).  For further information on the exhibition and events calendar, please visit the exhibition website


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