Yale Law School’s response to our nation’s racial reckoning has been woefully inadequate.
In the days following the murder of George Floyd, the Yale Law community was forebodingly quiet. Amongst emails updating our class grades and daily Yale newsletters, there was scarcely a mention of the horrific murder of George Floyd, the latest loss in a centuries long attack on Black communities. It was six days after George Floyd’s murder and the resulting protests overwhelming the country, that our Dean decided to send a message to the law school community.
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