Wednesday, Sept. 23
12:15 PM – 1:15 PM
Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg will discuss "Protests and Pandemic: An equity response" as part of the UC Davis School of Law Racial Justice Series. Steinberg is a 1984 graduate of the School of Law and former California legislator.
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About Mayor Steinberg
Darrell Steinberg is one of Sacramento’s most accomplished public servants, serving the Sacramento community for more than 20 years. He is a graduate of the UC Davis Law Class of 1984.
Steinberg served on the Sacramento City Council and later ran for State Assembly and then State Senate, becoming the first Sacramentan to serve as President of the Senate in more than 125 years.
During his tenure in the Legislature, Steinberg championed economic development, education reform, building sustainable communities and major investments in healthcare and education. He authored the Mental Health Services Act, the first of its kind in the nation that generates $2 billion dollars a year.
With Steinberg as mayor, development will soon start on the long-vacant railyard north of downtown. Under his leadership, Sacramento will become the next Major League Soccer city, home of the Sacramento Republic FC. In addition, Steinberg secured funding for a $460-million courthouse.
About the Racial Justice Speaker Series
As protests over police brutality and systemic racism have swept the nation, UC Davis School of Law has reaffirmed its longtime commitment to racial justice. Throughout 2020-21, the law school will offer a Racial Justice Speaker Series examining some of the most urgent issues facing our nation and world today.
The series has gathered leading voices on civil rights, criminal justice, and civic and governmental responsibility. The goals are to inform, enlighten, and - most important - engage in meaningful conversation with our King Hall community and the larger public.
For more information, please contact Onell Berrios at firstname.lastname@example.org or 530-754-5335