Post Post-racial USA

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Why Post Post-racial?

During his farewell speech as president, Barack Obama said “After my election, there was talk of a post-racial America. Such a vision, however well-intended, was never realistic. Race remains a potent and often divisive force in our society.”   This is the blog for Race and the Law, a seminar offered at Santa Clara University School of Law. Throughout the semester the students and Professor Armstrong will offer reflections on race and the reality of life in the USA under a presidential administration in which racial controversies openly and thrive and often dominate social and political discourse.

STUDENT CONTRIBUTORS 2019

Chloe Marie Czabaranek, Kianna Evans, Taylor Feher, Garrett Garcia, Gayatri Gupta, David Lyubarski, Taj Rai, Ally Romero, Morgan Willis, Emily Wingett

This site is edited and maintained by Prof. Margalynne Armstrong. Its content does not reflect the official views or positions of Santa Clara University School of Law or Santa Clara University. Please direct questions or comments about the blog to marmstrong@scu.edu.

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