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UO Today #735 guest: Cheryl Harris

Cheryl Harris, the Rosalinde and Arthur Gilbert Foundation Chair in Civil Rights and Civil Liberties at the UCLA School of Law, discusses how she came to the law and the argument she presents in her influential Harvard Law Review article “Whiteness as Property.” She also talks about Derrick Bell and how he inspired her work. Harris gave the UO School of Law’s Derrick Bell Lecture on February 19, 2019. Her talk titled “Affirmative Action Chronicles: From the Era of Colorblindness to White Nationalism” was part of this year’s African American Workshop and Lecture Series.

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