2020 US Elections Aftermath: A Social Justice Policy Summit

In the wake of the 2020 US presidential elections, the ABA Section of Civil Rights and Social Justice Rights of Immigrants Committee - in strategic partnership with the German Marshall Fund of the United States - hosted a policy summit designed to advance racial equity and social justice principles. Over the course of two days, the interdisciplinary conference explored myriad manifestations of interpersonal, structural, and institutionalized discrimination to create enhanced awareness around these issues. The convening also culminated in concrete community-driven policy recommendations to achieve positive social, political, and legal reform to ensure a better tomorrow for all.

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HIV/AIDS Webinar Series

The HIV/AIDS Impact Project, Center for Human Rights, and Section of Civil Rights and Social Justice brings you the latest programming on HIV/AIDS in this multi-part free webinar series.

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Death Penalty Virtual CLE Series

The Death Penalty Due Process Review Project has developed a three-part CLE webinar series exploring the fundamental issues in using the death penalty, how the COVID-19 pandemic has only exacerbated these issues, and recent legal developments in death penalty legislation. In these free CLE webinars, panelists explored the intricacies of the death penalty, identifying certain elements as barricades in our collective pursuit of advancing law and justice.

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Beyond Redlining Webinar Series

This multi-part free webinar series explored historical patterns of racism in the context of redlining by exploring the intersections of the Black Lives Matters movement and community development.

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Education & Democracy Webinar Series

This four-part series explored the significance of access to quality education as a prerequisite for meaningful participation in American democracy.

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Immigration Webinar Series

This six-part national lecture series explored immigration at the intersection of national security law, public international law and US constitutional law, among other legal areas. During these free webinars, legal scholars, practitioners and political commentators addressed this deepening crisis in our collective pursuit to advance law and justice.

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Submit an Idea for Programming

As part of our effort to support our Rapid Response Project, we have created an easy form for those wanting to host a program through the Section or have the Section co-sponsor an outside entity's event.