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Wednesday, April 4, 2018
Children’s rights pioneer Marian Wright Edelman shares insights at USC Gould
|Gould staff and students had the opportunity to ask Marian Wright Edelman questions.|
Civil rights activist Marian Wright Edelman inspired an audience of USC students, faculty and staff when she joined the USC Gould School of Law for a panel discussion last week.
Edelman, who is the president and founder of the Children’s Defense Fund, shared her story of growing up in the segregated South, her involvement in the civil rights movement and her experience as the first African American woman admitted to the Mississippi Bar. A champion of children’s healthcare, Edelman emphasized the importance of education and perseverance in the face of adversity.
Making Human Connections
February 19, 2019
USC Gould's Student Support office leads a conversation on diversity and wellness
Meet the Lawyer-Turned-Professor Behind Gould’s Small Business Clinic
February 14, 2019
Prof. Chasalow and the SBC have helped nearly 3,000 clients
Providing Powerful Insight and Perspective
January 24, 2019
IHRC students toured and reported on violations at Southern California detention centers