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Harvard Law School’s First Black Woman Graduate Dies at 87 From COVID-19

by | April 13, 2020 Lila A. Fenwick, the first Black woman to graduate from Harvard Law School, died on April 4 fro Read more

Education Takes Center Stage at International Conference

by Lois Elfman | September 23, 2018
Educators and policy makers from around the globe gathered in New York over the weekend to disc [...] Read more

Remembering U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan

by Walter Hudson | August 20, 2018
Kofi Annan, who became the first U.N. secretary general from sub-Saharan Africa, rose through t [...] Read more

Professor Explores Dark Side of the Anti-Trafficking Movement

by Lois Elfman | May 8, 2018
A rising young academic, Dr. Elena Shih — assistant professor of American Studies and Ethnic [...] Read more

UN-Inspired Campus Project Challenges Bias, Promotes Social Justice

by Tory N. Parrish | March 29, 2018
Appalachian State University students are participating in a campus-wide Global Peacebuilding P [...] Read more

Writers of Color Tackle Human Rights

by Michael Jauchen | March 15, 2018
At first glance, making the argument that human rights are important seems unnecessary. Particu [...] Read more

Emerging Scholar Profile: Achiume Combats Intolerance Internationally

by Walter Hudson | January 24, 2018
Growing up, E. Tendayi Achiume wanted to be a physicist or an engineer, inspired by a high scho [...] Read more

Law Enforcement Violence for 2017 ‘Normalized’

by Roberto Rodriguez | July 9, 2017
Police abuse remains pandemic in this country with no signs of abating and with no signs of acc [...] Read more