Tim Wise at Indiana University School of Law: Racism and the Law: The Inadequacy of Color-Blind Jurisprudence

My February 2015 presentation at Indiana University School of Law, in which I discuss race, racism, and the inadequacy of modern “color-blind” jurisprudence when it comes to addressing institutional racial bias and discrimination. This is one of two presentations at IU during that Feb. visit, the second of which (to the larger campus and community) was picketed by local and nationally-prominent white nationalists/supremacists. I allude to the forthcoming protests anticipated for the evening lecture in the daytime presentation here at the law school, thus the references to neo-Nazis at the outset of this talk.


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