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Professor Jackson's Presentations

"University of Wyoming Martin Luther King, Jr. Days of Dialogue’s Book Discussion of Michelle Alexander’s The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness." Book Discussion Leader, February 2015.

"University of Wyoming Martin Luther King, Jr. Days of Dialogue’s #ITooAmWyoming – Challenging Racial Microaggressions on Campus." Facilitator, February 2015.

"Discussion on the Death Penalty in Wyoming". Moderator, University of Wyoming College of Law, February 2015.

"Keynote address." University of Wyoming Martin Luther King, Jr. Days of Dialogue Willena Stanford Community Supper, January 2014.

"Use of Deadly Force: An Interactive Discussion." Commentator, The Federalist Society presents Professor Jack Kress, University of Wyoming College of Law, September 2013.

“Racing: A Critical Race Theorist’s Qualitative Analysis of African American Males in Law School.” Presentation at the Centre for Education for Racial Equality in Scotland Conference, The University of Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom, June 2013.

“Setting Students Up: The (Il)Legitamacy of School Discipline.” Presentation at the American Educational Research Association Conference, San Francisco, California, April 2013.

"If I was White and in Macy’s: Disparities in the Criminal Justice System Begin before the Crime." University of Wyoming Martin Luther King, Jr. Days of Dialogue. January 2013.

“Teaching Tomorrow’s Citizens: The Law’s Role in Educational Disproportionality.” Presentation at the Society of American Law Teachers Conference, Baltimore, Maryland, October 2012.

“The Obama Administration’s Effects on Underrepresented Minorities.” 2012 International Conference on Law & Society, Honolulu, Hawaii, June 2012.

“Racing: A Critical Race Theorist’s Qualitative Analysis of African American Males in Law School.” Paper presentation at the Sixteenth Annual LatCrit Conference, San Diego, California, October 2011.

“Mismatched or Maligned? A Race Crit’s Qualitative Analysis of African American Males in Law School.” Invited Poster Session at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana, April 2011.

“A Post Amendment 46 Media Content Analysis.” Paper presentation with Christina Hong Paguyo at the Fifteenth Annual LatCrit Conference, Denver, Colorado, October 2010.

“Mismatched or Maligned? A Race Crit’s Qualitative Analysis of African American Males in Law School.” Presentation at the Third National People of Color Legal Scholarship Conference, Newark, New Jersey, September 2010.

“Disrupting Racist Discourses: An Exercise in Praxis in a School of Education Community.” Paper presentation with Subini Annama, Deb Morrison, Andrea Bien, Christina Paguyo, and Elizabeth Mendoza at the Critical Race Studies in Education Conference, Salt Lake City, Utah, May 2010.

“Examining Media Coverage of Amendment 46 in Colorado.” Paper presentation with Christina Paguyo and Michele Moses presented at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, Denver, Colorado, May 2010.

“Economics, Eugenics, and the Elusive Link: Perpetual Inequalities through Standardized Testing & Law.” Presentation with Elizabeth Mendoza at the Fourteenth Annual LatCrit Conference, Washington, D.C., October 2009.

“Toward a Cooperative Construction: Building Deliberative Dialogue Between Advocates For and Against Affirmative Action.” Presentation with Jarrod Hanson at the Law and Society Association Annual Meeting, Denver, Colorado, May 2009.

“Understanding Public Perceptions of Affirmative Action: The Importance of Historical and Legal Context.” Paper presentation with Michele Moses presented at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, San Diego, California, April 2009.

“Beyond Law Review: Attitude of Success for the 90th and non-90th Percentile.” Lecture for the Council on Legal Education Opportunity’s Attitude is Essential Seminar, July 2006.

“The Case Brief.” Lecture for the Council on Legal Education Opportunity’s Attitude is Essential Seminar, July 2006.

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