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Legal Lens documentaries
Law and documentary film may seem far apart, but they actually share many connections. With the guidance of filmmaker and producer Joseph Tovares and support from the Hewlett Foundation, 12 Harvard Law School students from eight countries have worked since January on the Legal Lens project. You can view the films here on BostonGlobe.com.
America’s shameful history of sterilizing women
In the United States, forced sterilization is nothing new.
IDEAS | KEVIN LEWIS
Social Studies: White women and interracial marriage, changing views on the death penalty
Unexpected findings from the world of social science
2018 criminal justice law requires race, ethnicity data — agencies haven’t complied
"Now it’s time for the Baker administration, sheriffs, district attorneys, and the Trial Court to get to work. Witness how quickly the state produced detailed data across thousands of decentralized locations to track COVID-19."
Americans have more in common than you might think
Americans have an expansive view of their rights and freedoms.
Our guest speaker today, class, is a Jew-hating terrorist
Does the marketplace of ideas entitle hijackers to a platform?
Rachelle G. Cohen
Ralph Gants repaired the world
The chief justice lived his faith, pursuing justice even during these last turbulent months.
Rachael Rollins, Byron Rushing, and Juana Matias
Massachusetts criminal legal system needs to get serious about data
You cannot fix what you do not measure.
As November approaches, voters must arm themselves with information about the qualifications and deadlines for early or mail-in voting in their states.
Rachael V. Cobb and Brian M. Conley
How Americans vote is threatened
Officials must invest in robust information campaigns across multiple platforms that provide clear instructions to voters on deadlines, locations, and methods available to cast ballots.
Racial disparities in criminal justice cry out for real change
Governor Baker should use the bully pulpit to rally the Commonwealth for reforms.