Ennely Medina’s new article on The [F]law examines how legislatively imposed bed mandates in immigration detention facilities increase the rates of immigration detention throughout the United States. While those in favor of the mandate rely on narratives about illegal immigration
Reem Hussein‘s powerful article on The [F]law reveals how, today, slavery in America is alive and well, but it comes in a new, more temporary form: “The Modern American Slavery: Temporary Worker Exploitation and the Human Supply Chain.” Related Systemic
Read the “storty” about the 2022 Tortys at HLS Today, here. There was so much hype leading up to the Tortys, said Arzu Singh ’25, that she didn’t think the event could possibly live up to expectations. But it did.
Vanessa A. Bee speaking at Harvard Law School
Justice Initiative Begins Third Year of Teaching Justice-Centered Change Students and advocates invited to participate in project with roots at Harvard and Howard University Law Schools Harvard Law School’s Systemic Justice Project, directed by Jon Hanson, and Howard University Law
Come learn about the Justice Initiative.
Derecka Purnell, “A Conversation about Law, Law School, Organizing, and Becoming Abolitionists” Members of the Harvard Law School Community are invited to attend a conversation with Derecka Purnell — HLS grad, human rights lawyer, organizer, and author — about her
Derecka Purnell To Speak at Harvard Law School – September 16: Save the Date. The Systemic Justice Project at Harvard Law School is excited to announce that Derecka Purnell will speak to interested members of the Harvard Law School community about
Connie Cheng’s powerful new article on The [F]law examines how electronic ankle monitoring, like other alternatives to detention, is billed as more humane. But a closer look reveals that corporations are still in control and immigrants are still not free.