The Great Migration: Searching for Security, Finding Injustice

This public conversation examines the experiences of African Americans moving north during the Great Migration, only to find employment discrimination and segregated housing areas that were subjected to a heavy police presence and overcriminalization. The expert panel reflects on this history and examines what it means today for racial justice, and the challenge of mass incarceration and voter suppression.










When: Wed., April 10, 2019 at 6:00 pm
Where: NYU School of Law
40 Washington Square S.
212-998-6040
Price: Free
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This public conversation examines the experiences of African Americans moving north during the Great Migration, only to find employment discrimination and segregated housing areas that were subjected to a heavy police presence and overcriminalization. The expert panel reflects on this history and examines what it means today for racial justice, and the challenge of mass incarceration and voter suppression.
Buy tickets/get more info now