Videos tagged with H. Timothy Lovelace

  • What is critical race theory, or 'CRT,' and why in the last few years did this decades old academic concept suddenly come under attack in the halls of Congress and local school board meetings? Three law professors whose expertise and scholarship are at the forefront of race and the law provide answers in this special two-part series of the Duke Law Podcast:

  • What is critical race theory, or 'CRT,' and why in the last few years did this decades old academic concept suddenly come under attack in the halls of Congress and local school board meetings? Three law professors whose expertise and scholarship are at the forefront of race and the law provide answers in this special two-part series of the Duke Law Podcast:

  • Professors H. Timothy Lovelace, Duke Law's John Hope Franklin Research Scholar and Professor of Law, and Trina Jones, Duke Law's Jerome M. Culp Distinguished Professor of Law, and Director of the Center on Law, Race, and Politics, have a discussion with Jerry W. Blackwell. Blackwell is a founding partner and chairman of Blackwell Burke P.A. in Minneapolis, and member of the special prosecutor team that successfully tried and convicted Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin for the murder of George Floyd.

  • Leading up to election day for the 2020 presidential campaign, several Duke Law faculty and staff shared the reasons why it's important to them to vote.

    Appearing: Marin Levy, Jamie Lau, Timothy Lovelace, Amanda Lacoff, Michael Tigar, Lawrence Baxter, Jennifer Jenkins, Ryke Longest, and Michael Dockterman of Duke Law.

  • Kerry Abrams, James B. Duke and Benjamin N. Duke Dean of the School of Law, hosts a conversation with Duke Law faculty members on the current state of policing throughout the United States, with an emphasis on how policies and biases impact communities of color. Panelists discuss the history of policing in the United States; address how political movements have been used to demand reform and how the current moment compares to earlier protests; the role of the law and the legal profession in maintaining the status quo; and how the law can be used to enact reforms.