Understanding Microaggression in the Wake of the Covid-19 Pandemic, the #BlackLivesMatter (#BLM) Movement & Following Recent SCOTUS Decisions on Title VII Cases & What We Can Do to Effectuate Positive Change
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September 24, 2020
Bucks County Bar Association
Judge Clyde Waite, Committee Chair Tiffany Thomas-Smith Esq., Bucks County District Attorney Matthew D. Weintraub & The Peace Center's Director of Community Programming Gayle Evans present the first in a series of 4 diversity & inclusion CLE's that will take place throughout the summer & fall that will address the issue of microaggression & the impact it has on how we conduct ourselves in Court. This CLE will provide an overall explanation of the evolution of microaggression & the impact on African Americans, Asian Americans & the LGBTQ+ community.Expand summary
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