Mary Louise Frampton Speaks at UC Berkeley School of Law ‘Counter Inauguration’
Mary Louise Frampton, Director of the Aoki Center for Critical Race and Nation Studies, spoke on “Race After Trump” at the “Counter Inauguration: Intersectional Solidarity in the Trump Era” symposium held at UC Berkeley School of Law on January 27.
Prior to joining King Hall this year, Professor Frampton led the Thelton E. Henderson Center for Social Justice at Berkeley Law for more than a decade. She was a UC Berkeley Chancellor’s Public Scholar and an Association of American Law Schools (AALS) National Bellow Fellow. She teaches in the areas of restorative justice, structural inequality, law and social justice, legislative advocacy, and professional responsibility. She has co-taught courses on critical race theory and participatory action research in low-income communities in the Central Valley.