In this episode, our hosts Mahroh Jahangiri and Elizabeth Ross speak with our guest Angel Sanchez to discuss his recent article “In Spite of Prison” as well as developments in the prison abolition movement more broadly. This episode also features an interview with hosts Rund Khayyat and Melanie Fontes and guest Dr. Cynthia Boyer on her recent article, “Neoliberalism and the Death Penalty at the Intersection of Law, Politics, and Race.”
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I just posted episode 399 of @IpseDixitPod, featuring @MikeGentithes of @AkronLaw discussing his article "Suspicionless Witness Stops: The New Racial Profiling," forthcoming in @HarvardCRCL. The stinger for this one is priceless, IMO. https://shows.pippa.io/ipse-dixit/episodes/michael-gentithes-on-suspicionless-witness-stops
Check out this important article written by @prof_kari_hong and our director, Phil Torrey!
“…many current laws are less about the protection of children and more about inflicting humiliation on groups deemed undesirable by the larger society.”
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Law Students: Submissions are open now for student notes to be published in @HarvardCRCL! If you have a note about civil rights, civil liberties, or advancing justice, to firstname.lastname@example.org by *midnight on October 28*. More info here: https://harvardcrcl.org/submit/
"On October 7th, the Supreme Court began its term with the oral argument for Kahler v. Kansas, a case which asks whether a state violates the Eighth and Fourteenth Amendments if it essentially abolishes the insanity defense."
We can’t wait to publish this incredible article!
Thank you for all the great comments on my paper Suspicionless Witness Stops (https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3420816) from colleagues at today’s #LatCrit conference! @GeorgiaStateLaw has been an excellent host for this @AkronLawScholar and @HarvardCRCL contributor.
"In one fell swoop, California lawmakers have disrupted archaic and discriminatory NCAA policies."
“The Supreme Court and lower federal courts have an opportunity to return the reach of the crime of child abuse to the deportability ground’s original purpose. Once the flaws of Matter of Soram are rejected, that realignment is possible.”
Just published an article on the @HarvardCRCL Amicus blog about the danger of lame-duck power grabs in North Carolina, Wisconsin, and around the country. #ncpol #wipolitics https://harvardcrcl.org/legislative-entrenchment-and-lame-duck-state-power-grabs/