Race and the 1L Curriculum: Property

March 23, 2021 • 12:30 PM • Virtual
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Issues of race and racism have been pervasive in American property law. Examples include (and are not limited to): dispossession of Indigenous peoples' lands, slavery of African-Americans, and the potential role of reparations; discrimination in zoning laws, private covenants, real estate finance, rental tenancies, and the potential role of fair housing law; partition of Black farmers' interests in concurrently owned lands; restrictions on interracial marriage; discriminatory deployment of the eminent domain power; and more. Join us for a discussion on March 23 (speakers TBA). This event is part of the series on Race and the 1L Curriculum, sponsored by the Office of the Dean. For additional information, please contact Rachel Greeson at .