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Media and Law Series: Law Media and Race | CMBA CLE Catalog

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Media and Law Series: Law Media and Race

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Date Published

November 16, 2020


Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association


Media, Race


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This session will include in-depth discussions about the ways in which media constructs (and deconstructs) race and gender, specifically as it regards crime news and protests.

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Professor Brian Adamson
Case Western Reserve University School of Law

Professor Brian Adamson, Case Western Reserve University School of LawProfessor Adamson is the David L. & Ann Brennan... Read More

Niraj Warikoo
Reporter - Detroit Free Press

Niraj Warikoo is a reporter for the Detroit Free Press, where he often writes about immigration and religion. He has won... Read More

Laura Yuen
Editor for Race, Class and Communities - Minnesota Public Radio

National award-winning journalist with a passion for editing, writing and producing stories that combine deep reporting with... Read More

Mark Stanton
Public Defender

Judge C. Ellen Connally

Judge C. Ellen Connally was born on January 26, 1945 in Cleveland, Ohio to George and Gwendolyn Johnson Connally. She... Read More

Wes Lowery

Wes Lowery (from Shaker Heights; Pulitzer winner; former WashPo National Correspondent; at 60 Mins) CBS News has hired... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

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