To mark his retirement from the Minnesota Supreme Court in 2015, Alan Page launched an initiative, to build awareness of ethics and the elimination of bias in the law, matters that will shape the legal community now and in the future.
This year’s program focuses on racial bias. Speakers will include Justice Alan Page and former Page Scholar Alumnae Dr. Artika Tyner, Associate V.P. of Diversity and Inclusion at the University of St. Thomas, and Kamyala Howard, Founder and CEO of We’re Devine Consulting.
Proceeds from this event provide financial support to current Page Scholars who are pursuing their dreams of post-secondary education in pre-law, law enforcement, or law school, such as Page Scholar, Paris Yarbrough, who is completing her juris doctor at the University of St. Thomas.
The Page Education Foundation is dependent support from corporations, foundations, and individuals for 100% of its funding.
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