Racial Justice and the Law Students Present "The Eugenic Effects of Mass Incarceration of Black Women" -- Seaver College Social Action and Justice Colloquium
A group of Caruso Law students from Professor Christine Chambers Goodman's Racial Justice and the Law course presented "The Eugenic Effects of Mass Incarceration of Black Women: Modern Modes of Reproductive Injustice" for a Pepperdine Seaver College undergradate course, Social Action and Justice Colloquium, which was held in Elkins Auditorium. The Caruso Law students discussed the history of the eugenics movement, colorblind eugenics in the criminal justice system, modern and continuing implications, and mass incarceration as reproductive oppression. Over 50 Seaver students attended and were fully engaged in the presentation and discussion.
Pictured from from left to right are Marielle Sider, Mackenna Johnson, Jade Husain and Tala Tajbakhsh.