Inaugural conference on race justice to feature internationally known scholars

The Center for Justice Research is one of several sponsors of Vanderbilt University’s Racial Justice and Education in Society Virtual Conference, an event that features internationally known scholars and leaders who will address a range of questions about racial justice in educational settings and more broadly.

From the article:

“Vanderbilt’s trans-institutional approach to research and discovery makes it an opportune setting for a groundbreaking gathering on the intersection of race and education, policy, sociology and many other disciplines,” said Susan R. Wente, provost and vice chancellor for academic affairs. “Vanderbilt is proud to make this inaugural conference possible and further the university’s commitment to countering racism’s negative effects on learners at all levels.”

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