October 22, 2018

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm, Eastern Time

Racial Justice and Voting Rights in America

Wasserstein Hall 1023, Cambridge, MA

Please join Professor Guy-Uriel Charles as he discusses racial justice and voting rights in America, particularly in the context of the upcoming midterm elections.

Guy-Uriel E. Charles teaches and writes about election law, race and law, constitutional law, and civil procedure. He is the founding director of the Duke Law Center on Law, Race and Politics. Before teaching at Duke, Professor Charles taught at the University of Minnesota Law School from 2000-2009. He later served as interim co-dean at the University of Minnesota from 2006-2008. He has been a visiting professor at Georgetown, Virginia, and Columbia law schools. A past member of the National Research Commission on Elections and Voting and the Century Foundation Working Group on Election Reform, Professor Charles has served as the director of the Institute for Law & Politics, a Senior Fellow in Law and Politics at the Institute on Race and Poverty, and a Law School Faculty Affiliate at the Center for the Study of Political Psychology, University of Minnesota.

Hosted by the American Constitution Society.

Lunch will be served.