Jim Crow Laws and Their Continuing Effect
Sunday, Feb. 9, 2:30 - 4:30pm
Community Room, Gloucester County Public Library
6920 Main Street, Gloucester, VA
Dr. Olusoji "Soji" Akomolafe, Executive Director, Center for African American Public Policy, (CAAMPP), Chair of the Department of Political Science, and Professor of International Relations at Norfolk State University, will discuss Jim Crow Laws and the continuing effects
of that era. Dr. Akomolafe will addres the implications of unequal justice under
the law, societal stereotypes, barriers to advancement, and multi-generational wealth effects for black citizens.
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