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Vol. 55, No. 3, Summer 2020

Read about the history of the National People of Color Legal Scholarship Conferences, and understand systemic racism through explorations of housing policies, job placement agencies, and food inequality in our online-only Fourth National People of Color Legal Scholarship Conference symposium edition, Vol. 55, No. 3.

Vol. 55, No. 2, Summer 2020

Read about consent and coercion in employment law, the anti-commandeering doctrine and civil rights, our symposium on “Whom the State Kills,” and more in Vol. 55, No. 2.

Vol. 55, No. 1, Summer 2020

Read about debt in the United States, predictive algorithms in criminal justice, the criminalization of homelessness, and more in Vol. 55, No. 1.

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This Week in Civil Rights and Civil Liberties

This week, the Supreme Court will hear arguments on Arizona’s “ballot harvesting” law, a federal judge in Texas rules the pandemic moratorium on evictions is unconstitutional, the House passes the Equality Act, and the most violence in Myanmar since the military coup at the beginning of February. 

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This Week in Civil Rights and Civil Liberties

Welcome to This Week in Civil Rights and Civil Liberties. This week, the Supreme Court stays an execution in Alabama, President Trump is acquitted in the Senate, President Biden announces plans to close Guantanamo Bay Detention Center, and hate crimes against Asian...

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This Week in Civil Rights and Civil Liberties: The Supreme Court will hear arguments on Arizona’s “ballot harvesting” law, a federal judge in Texas rules the pandemic moratorium on evictions is unconstitutional, and more. https://harvardcrcl.org/this-week-in-civil-rights-and-civil-liberties-12/

Our founders envisioned a journal dedicated to promoting revolutionary law, meant to focus on using progressive law actively in order to make a better world for all. We're celebrating 55 years as one of the nation’s leading progressive law journals!

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Today on CR-CL's Amicus blog: Can a Reconstruction-Era Law Targeting the KKK Bring Accountability for Donald Trump? https://harvardcrcl.org/can-a-reconstruction-era-law-targeting-the-kkk-bring-accountability-for-donald-trump/

Today on CR-CL's Amicus Blog, @ava_cilia interrogates the racial disparities in the family regulation system: https://harvardcrcl.org/the-family-regulation-system-why-those-committed-to-racial-justice-must-interrogate-it/

What's going on this week in civil rights? Check out our Amicus blog to find out! https://harvardcrcl.org/this-week-in-civil-rights-and-civil-liberties-10/

Today on CRCL's Amicus Blog we explore this busy week in civil rights and civil liberties!
https://harvardcrcl.org/this-week-in-civil-rights-and-civil-liberties-9/

Congratulations to one of our authors from Volume 55, Professor @DeborahNArcher, for her selection as the first Black president of the @ACLU in its 101-year history!

https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2021/feb/01/aclu-deborah-archer-first-black-president

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