“Voting rights and Voter Suppression: Past and Present”

Browne-Marshall-final.144353The UALR Anderson Institute on Race and Ethnicity is partnering with the William H. Bowen Law School, the Little Rock Central High School National Historic Site, and the National Parks Service, to host a talk by Dr. Gloria Browne-Marshall on Friday, September 23 at 6 p.m. Please see talk details and bio below. All welcome!

Gloria J. Browne-Marshall is author of the recently released book “The Voting Rights War: The NAACP and the Ongoing Struggle for Justice.” She is an associate professor of constitutional law at John Jay College (CUNY) and a member of the Gender Studies faculty. She works as a civil-rights attorney and a legal correspondent and she is the founder/director of The Law and Policy Group, Inc. She reports on the U.S. Supreme Court in her award-winning syndicated newspaper column and hosts the weekly radio program “Law of the Land with Gloria J. Browne-Marshall” on WBAI. She is a playwright and the author of the seminal book Race, Law, and American Society. She has provided legal commentary for BBC, CNN, CBS, NPR, C-SPAN, and WVON, and newspapers nationwide. Gloria Browne-Marshall speaks nationally and internationally about the quest for equality under law and particularly how this relates to women and people of color

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