Center on Law, Race and Politics | COVID's Compounding Inequalities: Disparate Effects

The Duke Law Center on Law, Race and Politics hosts a panel that examines the pandemic's effects on marginalized populations and considers policy interventions designed to address structural inequality.

Panelists include Theodore Shaw, the Director of the Center for Civil Rights at UNC Law School; Angela Onwuachi-Willig, the dean of Boston University School of Law and a renowned critical race scholar; Nina Kohn, a leading expert in elder law; Saru Jayaraman, the President of One Fair Wage; writer and political strategist Rinku Sen; immigration law scholar and activist César García Hernández; and Ravi Ragbir, immigrant rights activist and Executive Director of the New Sanctuary Coalition. Professor Trina Jones moderates this discussion.

Sponsored by the Center on Law, Race and Politics.