Do We Need a Third Reconstruction? – Apr 29
Posted by National Constitution Center on April 6, 2021
In light of the critical events and national debates that have happened over the past year and beyond regarding race, rights, and equality, the National Constitution Center is hosting an online discussion exploring the question: “Do we need a third Reconstruction?”
Join Sherrilyn Ifill, president and counselor-director of the NAACP Legal Defense Fund; professor Wilfred Codrington III of Brooklyn Law School; political scientist William Allen; and professor Kurt Lash of the University of Richmond School of Law and author of a new two-volume series, The Reconstruction Amendments, for a discussion on the history of Reconstruction and its legacy, the civil rights movement and constitutional change, and whether or not America needs a third era of Reconstruction.
Date and Time: April 29, 2021, 12:30 PM
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