Legal Apartheid in 21st Century America: Slavery, 13th Amendment and Involuntary Servitude

Vernellia Randall
The United States celebrates the 150 year anniversary of the 13th Amendment. Contrary to what most people believe, the 13th Amendment did not end all forms of slavery. This presentation reviews the history of slavery, the 13th amendment, 20th century legal apartheid and modern involuntary servitude of African Americans. This webinar discusses whether neo-apartheid is permissible under the 13th amendment.

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Professor Emerita Vernellia Randall is a recognized international leader and global collaborator on "race and racism", gender,  health disparities,  "diversity and inclusion".  Professor Randall speaks internationally and nationally at colleges, medical/law schools, professional associations, international conferences, including the United Nations.  Professor Randall published widely  (2 books, 33 articles, 12 chapters, and three reports) on topics of health disparities,  race and racism, minority retention, campus diversity, legal issues, and discrimination. 

Professor Randall started her career in healthcare as a nurse and family nurse practitioner. She then practiced insurance defense and health care law in a large firm in Portland, Oregon. She has been a professor of nursing, public health and a law professor.

During her 26 years of law teaching, Prof. Randall taught a wide variety of courses including Torts, Criminal Law, American Health Care Law, and Race and Racism in American Law.  The unique combination of teaching, health care, and legal experience informs her expertise on health disparities and health care disparities, race and racism including implicit bias, international human rights, mass incarceration and the school-to-prison pipeline, and Descendants of Africans Enslaved in the United States (DAEUS).

She is a recipient of the Chairman’s Award from the Ohio Commission on Minority Health, and Ohio House of Representatives.

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