By Joanna Laine∞ Homeless people experience legal and societal discrimination, manifested in the criminalization of homelessness and in many small but profound societal slights. Addressing this discrimination will require both innovative legal advocacy and the correction of misconceptions about homeless
This is the first in a series of interviews with attorneys who are pursuing social change through their work. This conversation is between Social Change staff editor Andrew Nellis and Social Change alumnus Sonja Shield, an attorney with South Brooklyn
This is a transcript of a keynote address given by Carol Gilligan at the Carr Center for Reproductive Justice Conference, Reproductive Rights Law: Where is the Woman? The speech was originally delivered April 1, 2014.
This is a transcript of the 21st Annual Sheinberg Lecture delivered by Ai-jen Poo at NYU Law on April 8, 2015. Ms. Poo’s lecture, entitled “Waking Up the Caring Majority: Why We All Need to Care About the Aging of America,” discusses the