Eugenics Today: Autism and Ableists

  By: Brooke Blaney Eugenics is a dark spot in our nation’s history that is often forgotten…

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The Viral Spiral: How a Minute of Internet Fame can Lead to a Lifetime of Unwinnable Defamation Actions

By: Sumra Wahid On September 21, 2021, TikTok user @laurenzarras posted a video of her surprising her…

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Michigan’s Emergency Manager Law and Voter Disenfranchisement

By: Sydney Helsel The Flint Water Crisis started with a 2014 money saving decision to switch Flint,…

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The Juvenile Restoration Act: A Renewed Hope for Juvenile Lifers in Maryland

By: Sabrina Davis Imagine: you are sixteen years old and committed a crime. You are sentenced as…

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Exemption = Discrimination

By: Delaney Hermenau The First Amendment protects the free exercise of religion, but what happens when religious…

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#SeeHerName: Using Intersectionality and Storytelling to Bring Visibility to Black Women in Employment Discrimination and Police Brutality

This resource list was compiled by Nia Langley for her Critical Race Theory seminar paper, #SeeHerName: Using…

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Indigenous Peoples’ Day Primer

What is Indigenous Peoples’ Day? Indigenous Peoples’ Day is a global celebration of indigenous people around the…

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It Looks Like Collegiate Athletes are Winning the Battle for Employment Rights

By: Ayana Anderson Throughout 2021, the United States witnessed a radical expansion in the rights of collegiate…

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Tag, You’re It: Facial Recognition Goes from Facebook to Metaverse

By: Scarlett L. Montenegro On November 2, 2021, Meta, Facebook’s recently renamed parent company, announced that Facebook would…

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Public Housing and the Pandemic: Ensuring the Safety of Vulnerable Tenants

By: Evan Chiarelli Before the COVID-19 pandemic, public housing provided a lifeline to low-income and extremely cost…

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