Harrisburg Black Law Students Association to Hold Discussion on Debt in Communities of Color
Web Editor - Published: October 20, 2010
EvansBLSA235pxThe Harrisburg Black Law Students Association (BLSA) of Widener University School of Law will host a special viewing of the CNN Segment “Almighty Debt” Wednesday, October 20, 2010 from 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm in the Administration Building Room A180.

This segment explores financial crisis and debt within the African American community as part of the CNN series entitled, “Black in America.”

This is an opportunity for members of the legal community to discuss economic issues of special interest to communities of color. This program also offers an occasion for law students of diverse backgrounds to network with legal professionals in the region.

After the viewing, Assistant Professor Tonya Evans will facilitate a dialogue on the significance of debt in communities of color. This discussion will feature viable solutions and community responses to the debt crisis in Black America.

The BLSA extends a special invitation to members of the PBA Minority Bar Committee and Keystone Bar Association. Please join the administration, faculty, alumni, and students of Widener Law School for this event.

Light refreshments will be served, and members of the Widener Law community are encouraged to attend.