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Gloria Browne-Marshall, author and professor of Constitutional Law

  • Dates: November 14, 2023
  • Price: Free; Registration Required for Evening Event
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    Gloria Browne-Marshall

    4:30 p.m. — Craft Talk, Multi-Purpose Room, Campus Center West Addition

    7:30 p.m. — Conversation, New York State Bar Association, Great Hall, 1 Elk St., Albany

    [REGISTRATION REQUIRED FOR EVENING EVENT] https://browne-marshall.eventbrite.com

    Gloria J. Browne-Marshall is a civil rights attorney who has litigated cases for the Southern Poverty Law Center and the NAACP Legal Defense Fund. She’s also an author, playwright, and Professor of Constitutional Law at John Jay College (CUNY). Her newest book, She Took Justice: The Black Woman, Law, and Power – 1619 to 1969 (2020), recounts three centuries of courageous actions taken by Black women in the face of racial prejudice and gender oppression, from Queen Nzinga of Ndongo and Matamba (1583-1663) to U.S. Congresswoman and Presidential candidate Shirley Chisholm (1924-2005). Historian Blanche Wiesen Cook said, “Vividly written and profoundly researched…. This timely and riveting book is urgently needed, now!”

    Browne-Marshall will be in conversation with Henry M. Greenberg, shareholder at Greenberg, Traurig, past president of the New York State Bar Association and chair of the Commission to Reimagine the Future of New York's Courts.

    Cosponsored by the Honors College, UAlbany’s 3+3 joint degree with Albany Law School, the New York State Bar Association, Historical Society of the New York Courts


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