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thu02mar12:45 pmthu2:15 pm(Racial Justice Project Black History Month Event) A Conversation Between Descendants Both of the Enslaved and Their Enslavers
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DATEThursday, March 2, 2023
TIME12:45 p.m.–2:15 p.m.
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.
SPEAKERS(Moderator) Penelope AndrewsJohn Marshall Harlan II Professor of Law; Director, Racial Justice Project; New York Law School
(Opening Remarks) Anthony W. CrowellDean and President; Professor of Law; New York Law School
Edward T.M. GarlandPartner, Garland, Samuel, & LoebDescendant of original owner of Woodlawn Plantation
Hon. Marc Whiten’84Member of Board of Trustees and Adjunct Professor,New York Law SchoolDescendant of enslaved persons on Woodlawn Plantation
Reverend Darryl L. WinstonDescendant of enslaved persons on Woodlawn Plantation