May 22 2018
Richard Rothstein's The Color Of Law: A Forgotten ...

Richard Rothstein's The Color Of Law: A Forgotten ...

Presented by A Better Cambridge at Fitzgerald Theatre at Cambridge Rindge and Latin School

Rothstein's explosive presentation describes the forgotten story of how our federal, state, and local governments explicitly encouraged racial segregation across the country and will be followed by a panel discussion featuring local luminaries Chrystal Kornegay, Executive Director of MassHousing; Dr. Atyia Martin, Distinguished Senior Fellow at Northeastern and former Chief Resilience Officer of Boston; Eva Martin-Blythe, Executive Director of the Cambridge YWCA; and Bob Terrell, Executive Director of the Fair Housing Center of Greater Boston. The conversation will be moderated by The Boston Globe’s Ideas Editor, Dante Ramos.

Everyone is welcome to attend this free event but donations to help defray the cost are gratefully accepted. Doors open at approximately 6pm. Seating is general admission. Copies of Rothstein's book will be available for purchase. All attendees should register at Questions for Rothstein and the panel can also be submitted during registration.

Admission Info

Admission is FREE. Donations to defray the cost are gratefully accepted but not neccessary.

Registration at is highly recommended. Tickets/registration will be available at the door in the event that it is not sold out, but the ONLY way to ensure your entrance is to register.

Doors open at 6:00 pm. Please arrive early so that your ticket can be processed and you can find a seat before the event starts. Seating is general admission. All seats have unobstructed view of the stage.


Additional time info:

Please arrive early to ensure time for ticket processing and geneal addmission seating. Doors open at 6 pm.

Dates & Times

2018/05/22 - 2018/05/22

Location Info

Fitzgerald Theatre at Cambridge Rindge and Latin S...

Cambridge Street, Cambridge, MA 02138