- About Us
- Our Work
- Get Involved
- Support Us
Sign up to receive email updates from LDF.
Samuel L. Jackson asks, "What Would Your World Look Like Without LDF?"
Event Date(s):April 2, 2015Georges Auditorium at Dillard University2601 Gentilly BlvdNew Orleans, LA
Georges Auditorium at Dillard University
2601 Gentilly Blvd
New Orleans, LA
Thursday, April 02, 2015
9:00AM - 5:00PM
Event Date(s):March 28, 2015Renaissance Hotel Downtown800 Washington AveSt. Louis, MO 63101
"The Unfinished Business of Charles Hamilton Houston:
Ferguson Where Do We Go From Here
Featuring Ferguson Youth Organizers and Leaders"
Moderator: Dr. Joseph Youngblood
Renaissance Hotel Downtown
St. Louis, Missouri
Saturday, March 28, 2015
8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
Eighth Annual Forum on Women in Leadership Features Janai Nelson Along with Distinguished Panelists on Women's Role in Civil Rights LeadershipEvent Date(s):March 26, 2015National Archives Museum: William G. McGowan TheaterConstitution Ave. NWWashington, DC 20408
William G. McGowan Theater
Event Date(s):March 21, 2015Cesar Chavez Middle and High School3701 Hayes St NEWashingon, DC 20019
YEP-DC is excited to host its 3rd annual Practice to Policy Conference, "The Future is Now: Investing in Our Students," on Saturday, March 21, 2015. Last year, more than 200 education professionals gathered for a full day of interactive panels and workshops on the educational landscape in D.C. and the nation at large, and how they could help shape a bright future for our students. The conference will be held at Cesar Chavez Middle and High School, located at 3701 Hayes St NE, from 9:00AM- 3:15PM.
Monique Dixon Invited as Panelist on William & Mary Black Law Student Association Conversation on Race, Law and Current EventsEvent Date(s):March 17, 2015Sadler Center, Commonwealth Auditorium200 Stadium DriveWilliamsburg, VA 23185
William & Mary Black Law Student Association
In Collaboration with
The Center for Student Diversity, The Lemon Project, Student Assembly and the Office of Diversity and Equal Opportunity
Where Do We Go From Here: Community or Chaos?
A Conversation on Race, Law and Current Events
Event Date(s):March 11, 2015Ford Foundation320 East 43rd StreetNew York, NY
Then and Now
Wednesday, March 11, 2015
5:30 pm Registration
6:00 pm Program
7:00 pm Reception and Book Signing
320 East 43rd Street
New York, NY
Event Date(s):March 10, 2015The Times Center242 West 41st StreetNew York, NY 10036
The New York Region Lawyers Division of the Anti-Defamation League Cordially Invites You to the
The 21st Annual Edward Brodsky Legal Conference
The 50th Anniversary of Selma: Its Legacy and Enduring Challenges
Tuesday, March 10, 2015
6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (EDT)
Event Date(s):March 6, 2015 (All day) - March 7, 2015 (All day)
On Sunday, March 7, 1965, hundreds of extraordinary people were brutally attacked by Alabama State Troopers as they marched from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama to protest racial discrimination in voting. The events of “Bloody Sunday,” as that Sunday became known, led Congress to enact the Voting Rights Act of 1965 (VRA), which is one of the greatest pieces of civil rights legislation ever passed.
Janai Nelson Invited to Speak at 26th Annual Delta Sorority Day (Delta Sigma Theta Sorority) Panel: The Civil Rights Agenda Going ForwardEvent Date(s):March 2, 2015Washington Hilton1919 Connecticut Ave NWWashington, DC 20009
On March 2, LDF Associate-Director Counsel Janai Nelson will speak at a panel discussion hosted by the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority entitled "The Civil Rights Agenda, Going Forward. Ms. Nelson will join Cornell Brooks, President of the NAACP; Wade Henderson, President of the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights; Jeff Johnson BET journalist and motivational speaker and Marc Morial, President of the National Urban League.
Sherrilyn Ifill Invited to Panel Discussion on Residential Segregation at the Association for Education Finance and Policy ConferenceEvent Date(s):February 26, 2015Washington Marriott Wardman Park: Thurgood Marshall Ballroom2660 Woodley Road NWWashington, DC 20008
The Problem We All Live With
Residential Segregation and Implications for Education and Urban Policy