The 2011 Brown Lecture was held on October 27 at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center in Washington, DC.
To celebrate the occasion, Gloria Ladson-Billings autographs a poster announcing the Lecture.
Participants (left to right) William H. Watkins, chair of the 2011 Brown Lecture Selection Committee; Arnetha F. Ball, AERA president; and Gloria J. Ladson-Billings, Brown Lecturer, with AERA Executive Director
Felice J. Levine
A packed audience filled the amphitheater, indicating the momentum established in theBrown Lecture’s eight-year history.
Ladson-Billings spoke on “Through a Glass Darkly: The Persistence of Race in Education Research.”
Following the Lecture, guests enjoyed a reception in the foyer of the Ronald Reagan Building.
Photographs with the speaker preserve the moment.
Friends, family, and colleagues gathered at the reception to congratulate Ladson-Billings on her Lecture and the effort to establish educational equity.
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