“A Less Perfect Union”—A panel on insurrection, impeachment, race and the future of America

Photo compilation of photos of Michael Gerhardt, Joy R. Bostic,  Justin Buchler and Bryan Adamson
Clockwise from top-left: Michael Gerhardt, Joy R. Bostic, Justin Buchler and Bryan Adamson

Members of the university community are invited to “A Less Perfect Union,” a panel discussion on insurrection, impeachment, race and the future of America, Monday, Jan. 25, from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. The Case Western Reserve University Office for Inclusion, Diversity and Equal Opportunity, School of Law and the Center for International Affairs will sponsor this free virtual event, which is open to the public. 

Heather E. Burton, senior director for faculty and institutional diversity with the Office for Inclusion, Diversity and Equal Opportunity, will moderate a discussion featuring:

  • Bryan Adamson, associate dean of diversity and inclusion and the David L. and Ann Brennan Professor of Law at CWRU;
  • Joy R. Bostic, associate professor in the Department of Religious Studies and director of the minor in African and African American Studies at CWRU;
  • Justin Buchler, associate professor in the Department of Political Science at CWRU; and
  • Michael Gerhardt, the Samuel Ashe Distinguished Professor in Constitutional Law at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Members of the community can submit questions for the panelists to Janaye.Johnson@case.edu by noon Friday, Jan. 22.

Register for this event.