All Articles about Justice
The Dialogue Coalition
Senior Fellow Sarah Horwitz's "Dialogue Coalition" comprises student-led workshops to give students a direct channel to speak with adults in the Wissahickon School District about issues of justice.
We Grieve Project
Recognizing that police violence has lasting mental health impacts, Donovan Williams collected resources to combat it with his Action Project.
Reimagine, Rebuild, Restore
"Reimagine, Rebuild, Restore" by Cassandra Meador is a pilot guide to Reimagining ourselves, Rebuilding community, and Restoring Hope through playing tabletop roleplaying games in prisons.
As her Action Project, Daikira Brown-Turner organized a conference titled ACTIVATE. The program aimed to activate one's voice and strengths to dismantle the status quo. "Out with the old, in with the new and equitable life we all deserve," Daikira subtitled it.
Social and Civic Leadership Academy
As his Action Project, Jalen Belgrave organized an overnight program of workshops focused on strengthening advocacy, social justice, and leadership skills.
As an Action Project, Zeyneb developed the podcast series 'Framing', an audio documentary with the aim to better understand institutional racism. The first episode addresses the impact of the colonial past and the second episode deals with the court case against the military police for ethnic profiling. Recently, Zeyneb launched episode 3: Institutional solutions for an institutional problem.
California Law Review in Context
Senior Fellow and Racial Equity Grantee Samson Lim launches CLR in Context in an effort to empower underrepresented voices in legal journalism as well as inspire new conversations around human-centered lawyering.
Legal Self-Care brings together individuals seeking assistance and those who can provide assistance: legal professionals, activists, psychologists, community organizers, as well as non-governmental organizations, businesses, and informal groups.
Human Stories Behind AI in Criminal Justice
Landecker Democracy Fellow Greg’s project is building a platform that centers the human stories behind AI in criminal justice and fights to prioritize democratic and anti-racist standards in AI development.
Carceral Marronage: Mapping Confinement & Rebellion in the Golden State
Armin’s project, Carceral Marronage: Mapping Confinement and Rebellion in the Golden State, draws on his current research on the role of systems of mass incarceration, namely prisons, in sustaining forms of social and economic inequality initiated by colonization.