We’re thrilled and honored to announce this exciting event as part of the 2020 digital #Law4thePeople Convention!
On Saturday, September 26 at 5pm PT/8pm ET, join us for a very special discussion between longtime NLG San Francisco Bay Area member and human rights attorney Walter Riley, and son Boots Riley, activist music artist and filmmaker (Sorry to Bother You)! This inter-generational discussion will explore the current political moment as it intersects with systemic poverty, racism, capitalism, and the human rights movement.
Moderated by historian, writer, activist and professor Barbara Ransby.
Register for #Law4thePeople to get access to this the entire schedule of events we have lined up over those two weeks! (Please note all NLG committee meetings and the governance plenary are only open to Guild members. Please visit nlg.org/join to join or renew your NLG membership to participate in these events!)
We strive to make the 2020 #Law4thePeople Convention as accessible as possible. CART (Communication Access Realtime Translation) captioning will be available for all major panels, workshops, keynote speeches, CLEs and special events. In addition, we are collecting accessibility requests for NLG member meetings through attendees’ registration forms and will be fulfilling those upon request.