Symposia

Upcoming Symposia

This year’s focus on reparations is long overdue. Contemporary racial subordination is the direct institutional progeny of American chattel slavery, and that legacy continues to deny the full promise of due process and equal protection for Black people in America. Imagining the

Past Symposia

In a discussion organized by the Brennan Center for Justice, experts and activists examined the renewed push for ratification of the ERA, which raises new questions of strategy and substance.

The Equal Rights Amendment: A Century in the Making

Examining how sex offender registration laws have affected the lives of roughly 650,000 registrants (and their families), what effect they have had on rates of offending, and how they might be reformed.

Spring 2015 Symposium: Panel Series on Sex Offender Registration Laws