The Seventh Annual Tortys are to be held in The Torty Theater on this Thursday, 11/16/23. As one student described The Tortys last year: “The event is a peculiar blend of an awards ceremony, talent show, dance party, and community
Join us for a lunch talk and conversation about the Trojan horse of "police reform."
Systemic Justice Teach-Ins: Building Power to Challenge Injustice Cop City – Organizing for Justice (Oct. 21, 2023) “Organizing is the slow work of building power by building a base, bringing people together, developing their leadership, identifying community problems together and
Read Deepika Singh’s Harvard Law Record article, “Community Gathers for Systemic Justice Project’s First Teach-In of the Year.” Last week, Oren Nimni of the nonprofit civil rights firm Rights Behind Bars (RBB) spoke to a packed room of students at the lunch event
Join Blake Strode and Oren Nimni on building power and systemic justice lawyering.
Lucy Litt’s new article on The [F]law uncovers how law enforcement’s data collection and surveillance tools are often inaccurate, yet they are constantly expanding. The more “sophisticated” such tools become, the harder it will be to challenge biases that underlie
Jessenia Class’s new article on The [F]law uncovers how corporate actors funding Cop City under the guise of public safety and “neighborhood prosperity” are harming the very people they claim to serve. Read the article here. “Foundations and corporate actors
In the May/June edition of the Washington Lawyer, Jeremy Conrad wrote an excellent article about the Justice Initiative. It begins as follows: Let’s imagine the perfect course of study for a law student interested in engaging in a critical examination
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.