Professor Vu-Dinh and Associate dean andré cummings speak on racial wealth, property and credit gaps

cummings, andré douglas pond and Kimberly Vu-Dinh. Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in Elder Law Practice: From the Destruction of Black Wall Street to the Racial Wealth, Credit and Property Gap. Arkansas Bar Association Mid-Year Meeting, Little Rock, AR (November 12, 2021).


Professor Vu-Dinh and Dean cummings presented for the Elder Law section of the Arkansas Bar Association on resolving racial wealth & property gaps for Arkansas citizens. cummings described the historical discrimination visited on black Americans in the destruction of Black Wall Street in Tulsa, OK while Vu-Dinh described heirs property rights in AR

Posted in: Faculty Scholarship & Service, Faculty Speaking Engagements, Professor cummings' Scholarship & Service, Professor Vu-Dinh's Scholarship & Service

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