This is a web-based project that facilitates a multiracial learning community through seminars that discuss race and gender, large law school classes, police training programs, and community advocacy groups. It is operated by Lani Guinier and Susan Sturm, law professors who have been experimenting for more than 10 years with learning as a democratic practice. In 1990, along with their students, they built a multiracial learning community in a law school classroom, producing an extraordinarily engaged, open and exciting dynamic atmosphere. They came to this project to address the needs of students of color, women and those who felt intellectually or professionally uninspired by the traditional law school curriculum.
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