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SCCJ and CRJ hosts Fifth Annual Schulman Lecture Series

On Monday, October 17 the Center on Crime, Race, and Justice hosted its Fifth Annual David B. Schulman Distinguished Lecture Series featuring Dr. Katheryn Russell-Brown.

Dr. Russell-Brown’s lecture titled, “A Look at Florida’s “Stop WOKE Act”: History, Race, and Literacy,” examined Florida’s HB 7 law and it’s effect on university curriculum and educators. Watch Dr. Rusell-Brown’s presentation below.

The Schulman Lecture series invites prominent scholars, community practitioners, and students to discuss issues on race and justice.

This event is co-sponsored by The Schulman Fund, the Center on Crime, Race, and Justice, the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Northeastern University School of Law, and the College of Social Sciences and Humanities.

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