At a time of heightened societal attention toward racism faced by adults within our
legal system, the experiences of racial minority children are too often pushed to
the sidelines. But focusing on the racial oppression of children is key to eliminating
the cascading effects of the legacy of racism that will follow a child into adulthood .
Join us for a presentation and discussion about these issues with Margaret
Stevenson, author of the recently published Oxford University Press book, “The
Legacy of Racism for Children: Psychology, Law, and Public Policy.”