November 07, 2013
To commemorate the 50th anniversary of Tulane University's desegregation, the Tulane Law School Student Bar Association is presenting a Celebration of Diversity, featuring a panel discussion and luncheon on consecutive days:
Nov. 11 — “50 Years Since Desegregation: Where Do We Go From Here?” at 4 p.m. in the Room 110, the Wendell Gauthier Appellate Moot Court Room. Professor Catherine Hancock will moderate a panel with Professors George Strickler, Stephen Griffin, Robert Westley and Lawrence Powell.
Nov. 12 — “The Benefit of Diversity” at noon in the Marian Mayer Berkett Multipurpose Room. Luncheon remarks will come from Red Tremmel, professor of History and Gender and Sexuality Studies, and Carolyn Barber-Pierre, Tulane assistant vice president for multicultural affairs.
The programs are free and open to the public.