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Saturday, March 20 • 12:15pm - 1:15pm
Dear White Savior: Pass the Mic.

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Turn up the volume and silence the noise. People of color are not voiceless, they are repeatedly "overlooked" and "unheard". As public defenders, have we turned a blind eye to the ways in which internalized privilege, power and white saviorism have muffled the voices of those we serve? With the recent surge in political progressive thinking, those who work closely with people of color must re-examine their personal behaviors in the professional space. This program will seek to honestly and openly unpack the ways in which white saviorism manifests itself in public defense. Join us for an introspective discussion.


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Natasha Dartigue

Deputy District Public Defender for Baltimore City, Office of the Public Defender - Baltimore City
Natasha M. Dartigue is the Deputy District Public Defender for Baltimore City. Ms. Dartigue is a 1995 graduate of the Howard University School of Law. Upon law school graduation she clerked in the Baltimore City Circuit Court for the late Judge Roger W. Brown. Subsequently, she began... Read More →


Saturday March 20, 2021 12:15pm - 1:15pm EDT
Room 9