Race, Sexual Expression, and Civil Rights Law: A Conversation about the Daniele Watts Controversy

USC Gould School of Law presents:
Race, Sexual Expression, and Civil Rights Law:
A Conversation about the Daniele Watts controversy

How does law frame or challenge social understandings or perceptions of interracial intimacy? Participate in a conversation with Professors Michelle Gordon, Shana Redmond, Camille Gear Rich, and Diana Williams. Special guest Daniele Watts ’07.

Panelists:
Michelle Gordon, Assistant Professor of English & Gender Studies
Shana Redmond, Associate Professor of American Studies & Ethnicity
Camille Gear Rich, Professor of Law and Sociology
Diana Williams, Assistant Professor of History and Law

Special guest:
Daniele Watts ’07

Date/Time:
November 3, 2015 at 4:00 – 5:30 p.m.

Location:
USC Gould School of Law
Room 3
699 Exposition Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90089

Parking:
Parking (paid by guest) is available at Parking Structure X (PSX).

Registration link:
http://law.usc.edu/go/civilrights

Have questions about Race, Sexual Expression, and Civil Rights Law? Contact USC Gould School of Law

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