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The Aftermath of Till: A Conversation About Justice, Change, and Hope


MCLE Credits: 1.00 including 1.00 Ethics

Average Rating:
   63
Categories:
Diversity |  Legal History |  Ethics
Speakers:
Opal Lee |  Hon. Renee Toliver |  Ashley Wright
Duration:
59 Minutes
Format:
Audio and Video
Product Type:
On Demand
License:
Access for 30 day(s) after purchase.


Description

The DEI Book Club strives to utilize the power of influential novels, writings, discussions, and speakers to initiate and mobilize conversations addressing social and racial injustices affecting our society today

2023 Dallas Bar Association DEI Challenge

The DBA encourages its members to aspire to complete 3 hours of CLE training in the areas of diversity, inclusion, and equity each calendar year. The DBA will recognize members who complete and self-report their 3 hours of DEI CLE by December 31, 2023. Programs that qualify will be identified on the DBA’s online calendar. Join the challenge to be recognized in the February 2023 Headnotes, in DBA Online, and receive your electronic DEI CLE Challenge badge. Learn More>>

 

Please note: self-reporting is for DBA DEI Challenge recognition only. You must also report to the State Bar to receive your CLE credit.

 

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Overall:      4.7

Total Reviews: 63

Comments

Margaret C - Dallas, Texas

"What a treasure to hear this conversation"

Robert M - Plano, Texas

"One of the best presentations I have ever seen. Very impressive ladies. Highly recommend it to everyone."

Nancy S - Dallas, Texas

"Excellent and many thanks for the presentation. "

Lora P - Dallas, Texas

"I do not understand why this is considered continuing legal education."

Stephen F - Dallas, Texas

"Thank you for this chance to hear from Ms. Lee and Judge Toliver."

Jarold A - Dallas, Texas

"A+! Such a treat to hear from Opal Lee. "

Mary H - Plano, Texas

"Love, love, love Ms. Opal. She is so sharp and full of information. I was sad to hear the story her family went through with their house. What a lady! Judge Toliver was brilliant and poised with thought provoking statements. Ashley was an excellent moderator, well prepared and had great questions. I became aware of Emmett Till from the National Museum of African American History and Culture in DC so this CLE caught my attention. I am glad I attended and heard the conversation. "

Ramona M - Dallas, Texas

"Always nice to hear Ms Lee speak"

Regina M - Dallas, Texas

"A fabulous program."

Caroline W - Dallas, Texas

"None"