Tuesday, January 6, 2015

February 10: Saint Paul - Racial Disparities in Juvenile Adjudication

This presentation is available by webcast.Racial disparities in juvenile adjudication is an issue in Minnesota and nationwide. This presentation discusses the racial disparities which have been reported in Minnesota juvenile adjudications. It is based upon data from the Minnesota Department of Public Safety. This presentation also explores people’s individual interpretations of what race and ethnicity mean.
Title:

Racial Disparities in Juvenile Adjudication
When/Where:
February 10, 2015
11:30 AM to 12:30 PM
Moot Court Room (Room 100)
Hamline Law School
1536 Hewitt Avenue
Saint Paul, MN 55104-1284
Speaker:
Denise Martineau is an award-winning researcher, former executive, and current law student. Denise comes from a cross-cultural background and is a native of Oakland, California. She has been involved extensively in inner-city youth development, working on projects involving entrepreneurship training, wilderness training, and mentorship of inner-city youth. She has done fundraising and provided leadership for organizations such as the Boys and Girls Club, YMCA, and the Math Science Network.
By:
Hamline University School of Law
Credit:
This session seeks one Elimination of Bias CLE Credit.
Cost:
  • Free for Hamline University alumni
  • $10 for non-alumni attending in person..