News & Events
Come hear about what JLT's alumni are doing now and how they got there. The event is open to everyone, but registration at https://go.umd.edu/JLT-AlumniPanel is required. Panelists include:
Life After the Gunshot: The Carceral State, Structural and Interpersonal Violence Among Young Black Men in Washington, DC
Join Dr. Joseph Richardson, Acting Chair of the African American Studies Department and the Joel and Kim Feller Endowed Professor of African American Studies and Anthropology, for a discussion about Life After the Gunshot.
Legalizing marijuana, like most policy interventions, has both intended and unintended consequences. It not so much solves a problem as changes it. Prohibition generated many arrests, disproportionately of minority youth, and large illegal incomes. Legalization leads to promotion of a dependency-creating and harmful substance.
Join Dr. Jennifer King Rice, Dean and Professor, College of Education, for a conversation about "Investing in Educational Equity and Opportunity." About Dr. Rice