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Hoffman Estates (IL) Chapter of the Links, Incorporated and Loyola School of Law Center for Business Law present
Know Your Rights - The Origins and Expansion of the C.R.O.W.N. Act
Creating a respectful and Open World for Natural Hair

The C.R.O.W.N. Act discussion will take a look at the national movement to protect our right to express ourselves through the hairstyles we wear. Advocating for a national CROWN Act is one way to use the influence & power of our words (written & spoken) to raise awareness, motivate action, & achieve change that improves our environment (reducing stressors such as discrimination) & mental well-being.

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Presented by Hoffman Estates (IL) Chapter, Links, Incorporated and Loyola School of Law Center for Business Law

Know Your Rights - The Origins and Expansion of the C.R.O.W.N. Act
The CROWN Act discussion will take a look at the national movement to protect our right to express ourselves through the hairstyles we wear. Advocating for a national CROWN Act is one way to use the influence & power of our words (written & spoken) to raise awareness, motivate action, & achieve change that improves our environment (reducing stressors such as discrimination) & mental well-being.

Speaker - Wendy Greene

Director of the Center For Law, Policy and Social Action 

Professor Of Law

A visionary, Professor Greene is the architect of two new legal constructs recognized within anti-discrimination law theory and praxis: “misperception discrimination” and “grooming codes discrimination.” Her internationally recognized publications in these areas have shaped the enforcement stance of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), administrative law judges, federal courts, and civil rights organizations in civil rights cases. The 11th Circuit and Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals endorsed Professor Greene’s published definition of race as a legal authority on the social construction of race and as a practicable definition for constitutional decision-making respectively.

Saturday, March 30th 10 - 11:30 AM
Loyola University School of Law
Power Rogers and Smith Ceremonial Courtroom
25 E. Pearson St., Chicago, IL

Refreshments will be served

General Terms

All items are non-refundable, all sales are final.

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All items are non-refundable under any circumstances.

When & Where
Mar 30, 2024 at 10:00 AM EST
School of Law | Loyola University Chicago
25 East Pearson Street
Power Rogers & Smith Ceremonial Courtroom
Chicago, IL 60611
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