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Social Construction and Implicit Bias: A Discussion of Land Use and the Economics of Crime

1 Oct 2020

Social Construction and Implicit Bias: A Discussion of Land Use and the Economics of Crime

6:00pm - 7:30pm

Zoning and development codes have enabled and exacerbated racial inequity in wealth distribution; while economic assumptions can reinforce prevailing dominant norms. This discussion will highlight embedded racism in land-use law and the application of economics to crime policy.

Panelists:

Professor Jonathan Rosenbloom

Professor Madhavi Venkatesan MELP'16

 

Social Construction and Implicit Bias

 

Watch live at vermontlaw.edu/live or on Facebook.

 

Questions? Concerns? Contact Theresa Johnson at tjohnson@vermontlaw.edu