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It’s been nearly two years since the largest civil rights movement – the protests stemming from the murder of George Floyd by a police officer – swept the United States. That means it has also been nearly two years since law schools across the country released statements and created taskforces and enacted initiatives to inject principles of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) into the school halls.
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Smith Schlinck, Olivia R., "Using the “Scholarship as Conversation” Frame to Explain the Importance of Inclusive Citation" (2022). Library Staff Online Publications. 6.