Proposition 209: Ten Years Later
A discussion of the impact of the elimination of affirmative action and its future in California; moderated by Cheryl Harris, UCLA School of Law and featuring Lee Cokorinos, Paule Cruz-Takash, Jerry Kang, and Kimberly West-Faulcon.
Tuesday, November 01, 2005
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
UCLA School of Law Bldg
Los Angeles, CA 90095
The distinguised panelists will discuss Proposition 209 and its effects.
- Cheryl Harris - UCLA School of Law
- Lee Cokorinos - author of "The Assault on Diversity: An Organized Challenge to Racial and Gender Justice"
- Paule Cruz-Takash - sociocultural anthropologist, UCLA North American Integration and Development (NAID) Center
- Jerry Kang - UCLA School of Law
- Kimberly West-Faulcon - Loyola Law School
Cost: Free and open to the public; parking is available for $8.
Sponsor(s): UCLA School of Law, UCLA Chicana/o-Latina/o Law Review, UCLA African Student Union, American Constitution Society, Asian Pacific Islander Law Students Association, Asian Pacific American Law Journal, Black Law Students Association, Critical Race Specialization Program, Hispanic Scholarship Fund (UCLA Scholars Chapter), IDEAS UCLA, Indigenous People's Journal of Law, Culture, and Resistance, Journal of International Law and Foreign Affairs, Latin American Students Association, La Familia de UCLA, La Raza Law Students Association, MEChA de UCLA, UCLA's Muslim Student Association, National Black Law Journal, National Lawyers Guild (UCLA Law Chapter), Native American Law Student Association, Program in Public Interest Law and Policy, UCLA's Undergraduate Student Association, UCLA School of Law's Student Bar Association.