(Racial Justice Project Black History Month Event) A Conversation Between Descendants Both of the Enslaved and Their Enslavers

March 2023

thu02mar12:45 pmthu2:15 pm(Racial Justice Project Black History Month Event) A Conversation Between Descendants Both of the Enslaved and Their Enslavers

Event Details

DATE
Thursday, March 2, 2023

TIME
12:45 p.m.–2:15 p.m.

LOCATION
W400

Join us for a short film and conversation between descendants of those who were enslaved and those who owned slaves at Georgia’s Woodlawn Plantation as they reflect on larger issues of reconciliation.

RSVP
www.nyls.edu/rjprsvp

SPEAKERS
(Moderator) Penelope Andrews
John Marshall Harlan II Professor of Law; Director, Racial Justice Project; New York Law School

(Opening Remarks) Anthony W. Crowell
Dean and President; Professor of Law; New York Law School

Edward T.M. Garland
Partner, Garland, Samuel, & Loeb
Descendant of original owner of Woodlawn Plantation

Hon. Marc Whiten’84
Member of Board of Trustees and Adjunct Professor,
New York Law School
Descendant of enslaved persons on Woodlawn Plantation

Reverend Darryl L. Winston
Descendant of enslaved persons on Woodlawn Plantation