If you missed the Critical Race Theory presentation by Professor Angélica Cházaro, on May 12, it’s not to late to learn more about this important topic.
In this presentation video, Cházaro discusses the origins of Critical Race Theory and some of its unifying ideas. She touches upon modern applications of the theory and the current impact of the field on political discourse.
Professor Cházaro teaches Critical Race Theory, Poverty Law, Professional Responsibility and courses on Immigration Law. Professor Cházaro earned her Juris Doctor degree from Columbia Law School, where she received the Jane Marks Murphy Prize for Excellence in Clinical Advocacy and was named a Lowenstein Fellow. She was a Kent Scholar, a Stone Scholar, and an editor of the Columbia Human Rights Law Review. Before attending Columbia, Professor Cházaro earned a bachelor’s degree in Women’s Studies from Harvard University.
This presentation is a session of GWSS/AAST/HONS 396, a two-credit, online course exploring Critical Race Theory.
The event was presented by EWU’s Gender, Women’s & Sexuality Studies, co-sponsored by Africana Studies, American Indian Studies, Chicanx Studies, Faculty Commons, and the Honors Program, and also supported by EWU Libraries and the Office for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.