• 2020-2021 Health, Justice, and the Law Series

    Listed below is our 2020-2021 Health, Justice, and the Law Series. Join our mailing list to get first access to tickets! Continuing education credits are available for each event. 

    Community Responses: Supreme Court 2020 Decisions

    Join the Center for Justice and Law at our first Facebook Live event discussing this summer's rulings by the Supreme Court including major rulings on birth control, religion, indigenous land recognition, LGBTQ+ workplace protections, and DACA restoration. These rulings impact the architecture of social and health equity across our nation. In this event, we will bring in young community leaders, activists, and organizers to investigate the role of the Supreme Court in their work, activism, and lives. Join via CJL's Facebook live here.

    Community Health, Research, and Trauma: Perspectives from Young Black Scholars

    Join the Center for Justice and Law on Friday, October 30th from 12:00-2:30pm for an emerging conversation on the role of data and research in facilitating social change. This panel will feature young Black scholars who research at the intersection of trauma and community-based research. We will consider questions such as: how can data collection practices be harmful? How does this connect with experiences of generational trauma, grief, and exploitation of the most impacted communities? This will be an open panel discussion with an opportunity for thoughtful cross-sector conversations on the best practices needed moving forward. Registration now open.

    Money Bail System & Public Health: Roots, Consequences, & Pathways Forward

    The Center for Justice and Law presents our half day conference Money Bail System & Public Health: Roots, Consequences, and Pathways Forward on Friday, December 4th 9:00 - 1:00 pm. Join us for an in-depth conversation on the money bail system feauturing prominent scholars, activists, and practitioners who are leading the efforts in uncovering the history, impact, and strategies needed to combat the effect of the money bail system on the most impacted communities. Continuing Education Credits are available. Registration now open.