On Thursday October 7, 2021, LatCrit—Latina and Latino Critical Legal Theory, Inc. will co-host the annual Faculty Development Workshop (FDW) with SALT—the Society of American Law Teachers. On Friday Oct. 8 and Saturday Oct. 9, the Biennial LatCrit Conference shall occur—featuring plenary and concurrent panels, discussions, and workshops; keynote speeches; […]
During these challenging times, critical conversations have become more important than ever. Critical conversations, always profoundly political in nature, have become an imperative tool in the struggle for liberation and against fascism, white supremacy, and austerity. In response to current events and sensible efforts to postpone major critical conferences in […]
The state of Maine officially replaced Columbus Day with Indigenous Peoples’ Day on Friday, joining a growing list of states that are changing the name of the holiday to honor Native American communities.Maine Gov. Janet Mills, a Democrat, signed the legislation into law at a ceremony at the Maine State […]
The deadline for LatCrit proposals has been extended to June 15. Please submit your proposals ASAP. LatCrit 2019 will be held at Georgia State on October 18 and 19. The Faculty Development Workshop will be October 18. The call for proposals can be viewed here. Submissions may be made here.