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Professor Taunya Banks addresses MLK Jr.'s legacy at Villanova & Emancipation Proclamation at Penn Law

 

Taunya Lovell Banks, Jacob A. France Professor of Equality Jurisprudence at Maryland Carey Law, was the keynote speaker on January 22, at Villanova Law School’s Martin Luther King Jr. Reception, sponsored by Pepper Hamilton, LLP.  The title of her speech, which will be published in the Villanova Law Reviewwas: The Unfinished Journey – Education, Equality and Martin Luther King, Jr. Revisited.

 Banks also delivered the Final Word, January 26, at the 18th Mid Atlantic People of Color Conference, held at the University of Pennsylvania Law School.  Her remarks were entitled: From Lincoln to King and Beyond – The Unfinished Journey toward Full Emancipation.

Banks' most recent publications explore the continuing impact of gender, race, racial formation and racial hierarchies on the quest for social equality. She teaches constitutional law, torts, and seminars on law in popular culture (film or literature), citizenship and critical race theory. 


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