The Origins and Progression of the #ENDSARS2020 Movement in Nigeria (BLL-SIS and FCIL-SIS)

Date: January 21, 2021
Speakers: Femi Cadmus, Duke Law; Former AALL President; Oludayo Bamgbose, Ajayi Crowther University; Interim President, Association of African Law Library and Information Professionals

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On January 21, 2021, the Black Law Librarians Special Interest Section (BLL-SIS) and the Foreign, Comparative and International Law Special Interest Section (FCIL-SIS) hosted a webinar on the origins and development of Nigeria’s #ENDSARS2020 movement, including information on government responses to the movement and background on police brutality in Nigeria. The webinar featured panelists Femi Cadmus (Associate Dean and Director of the J. Michael Goodson Law Library, Duke Law; Former AALL President) and Oludayo Bamgbose (Law Librarian, Ajayi Crowther University; Interim President, Association of African Law Library and Information Professionals).

Please note the introductions are cut off in the beginning but all substantive content is included in the recording.

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