More than 20 scholars, practitioners, community leaders, and former government officials, including former Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe (D), participated in a week-long series of Schar School of Policy and Government webinars examining five different aspects of civil and human rights in the U.S.
The July 13-17 webinars, collectively called “Social Justice in America,” drew some 300 viewers from around the country. Schar School Dean Mark J. Rozell hosted each of the hour-long, noontime programs.
Each of the webinars was recorded and has been posted to the Schar School News and Events portal. See the recaps and links to the recordings:
“Social Justice in America: Evolving State and Local Politics”
“Social Justice in America: Local Politics, Prisons, and the Welfare State”
“Social Justice in America: Forgotten Issues? Immigration and Latino Populations”
"Social Justice in America: Race, Education, and Unequal Opportunity"
“Social Justice in America: Human Rights and the Practice of U.S. Foreign Policy”