Fordham Law ReviewExclusivity in legal education divides traditional scholars, students, and impacted communities most disproportionately harmed by the legal education system...this Essay joins a team of community legal writers to imagine a set of principles for subversive legal education.
The freedom to participate in arts and cultural work is itself a human right. We situate ourself in the timeless tradition of using the arts to raise consciousness, build community, and enunciate social inequities.
Resources This sixth annual iteration of the report assesses the New York City Council’s progress in advancing a local human rights agenda. Considering legislation introduced in the Council [...]
Learn about the seven bills in NY City Council, which would if passed, begin to reverse long-standing trends of unfulfilled human rights related to criminal justice.
This policy analysis focuses on the over‐representation of women and racial and ethnic minorities in unemployment, underemployment, and poverty, and calls on the government to take specific steps to create employment opportunities for these groups.