The Great Migration: Searching for Security, Finding Injustice
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.