Kimberlé Williams Crenshaw

Crenshaw Kimberle
Distinguished Professor of Law UCLA School of Law and Columbia Law School

Crenshaw teaches civil rights and courses in critical race studies and constitutional law. She was a founder and leading figure in the intellectual movement called critical race theory. In 2007, Crenshaw was awarded the Fulbright Chair for Latin America in Brazil, and, a year later, was awarded a fellowship at the Center of Advanced Behavioral Studies at Stanford University. Crenshaw lectures nationally and internationally on race relations and has facilitated workshops in Brazil, India and South Africa.