Diversity and Inclusion in the U.S.: A Discussion Post-Charlottesville

As previously stated in an email to the law school community, “[a]t the College of Law, we value honest debate, mutual respect, and inclusion among the many members of our community. We condemn criminal acts of violence and racial intimidation.  At the same time that we value the hard-won freedom of speech, we choose to stand against hatred, disrespect, and exclusion.”

  To foster community discussion on important issues of today, our Inclusive Implementation Strategy Group, along with the co-chairs of the law school’s Diversity and Inclusiveness Committee, are offering:

 Diversity and Inclusion in the U.S.:

A Discussion Post-Charlottesville 

Tomorrow, Thursday Aug. 24


Great Hall, Gulfport Campus


Where Associate Dean Darryl Wilson, along with Professors Jamie Fox, Lance Long, Luz Nagle, Ann Piccard, and Ellen Podgor, in a panel moderated by Assistant Dean Tammy Briant will consider these important issues and lead a facilitated dialogue.  We encourage everyone to join us in this important conversation.