Race and the U.S. Census Dinner.
Tuesday, April 16, 2013 06:00 PM EDT
-- 08:00 PM EDT
On the heels of a March lunch discussion with Professor Kenneth Prewitt of SIPA, the Civil Rights Law Society has assembled an amazing panel of experts to continue the dialogue surrounding the controversial and thought-provoking issue of racial categorization on the United States’ Census. Topics such as whether Latinos should be deemed a race on the 2020 Census and the importance of the definition of Indian in preventing undercounting will be discussed. Dinner will be served. Panelists include Angelo Falcon, John Flateau, James Hong, Kenneth Prewitt, and Malia Villegas. The moderator is Guillermina Jasso.
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