On Tuesday November 16, in JG 103 at lunchtime Chinh Quang Le will be dicussing how Gratz and Grutter, the University of Michigan affirmative action decisions, have impacted K-12 public school districts. He will discuss the ability of public schools to promote racial and ethnic integration after these decisions.
Chinh Quang Le is an Assistant Counsel at the NAACP Legal Defense & Educational Fund, Inc. (LDF) in New York, where he focuses primarily on issues of educational equity, school desegregation, and voluntary school integration. He has also assisted in matters relating to voting rights, school vouchers, and affirmative action in higher education.
Pizza will be served.