The Center for Racial and Disability Justice’s Kate Caldwell discusses policy silos, increasing grassroots involvement and race and intersections of inequality.
Led by Professor Jamelia Morgan, the Northwestern Pritzker Law Center for Racial and Disability Justice (CRDJ) is a first-of-its-kind center dedicated to promoting justice for people of color, people with disabilities, and individuals at the intersection of race and disability.
Anika Gray’s Big Ambitions as Northwestern Pritzker School of Law’s New Director of the Gender Equity Initiative
Growing up the daughter of a single mother in a rural Jamaican community, Anika Gray, director of The Gender Equity Initiative (GEI) at Northwestern Pritzker School of Law, knew she wanted ...
Northwestern Pritzker Law Appoints Mike Burns as Associate Dean for Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Engagement
Northwestern Pritzker School of Law is pleased to announce that after an extensive national search, Interim Associate Dean Michael Burns has been appointed the next Associate Dean for Diversity, ...