The Harvard Journal on Racial & Ethnic Justice welcomes the submission of articles on the history, politics, economics, or theory behind race in law enforcement and the criminal justice system and the diverse ways in which it defines the lived experience of people of color. Submissions for our 35th edition will open soon. Please check this website or our Twitter account for updates.
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Board Applications Applications for the 2018-2019 JREJ board are open and can be found here. Applications are due Sunday, April 1, by midnight. Our interest meeting will be held in the journal office on Thursday, March 29, from 2:00 to 4:00 PM. Come by and learn more...read more
RACIAL JUSTICE & THE ARTS Harvard Law Journal on Racial and Ethnic Justice Spring Symposium March 22-23, 2018, at Harvard Law School 1585 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge, MA 02138 Free and open to the public. For general questions, please...read more
JREJ is proudly co-sponsoring four events at the Harvard Law School Bicentennial Symposium on October 27, 2017. 9:00 AM | Criminal Justice Reform and Advocacy Through Storytelling with Lesley Harris 9:00 AM | Critical Legal Movements and Harvard Law School with Nancy...read more
Our subcite training and fall subcite will take place on Saturday, November 4, 2017, in Pound 102. Our subcite training will begin at 9:00am, and we will begin subciting afterwards. Typically, JREJ subciters are done by noon. Breakfast and lunch will be served. If you...read more
Whether one calls it modern day slavery or the new Jim Crow, mass incarceration represents the most recent dynamic mechanism by which the state exercises controls over black and brown bodies in the name of justice. The term encompasses more than the wild racial...read more
The Harvard Journal on Racial & Ethnic Justice is proud to present its annual symposium on critical race theory in academia and action. The symposium is free and open to the public. Sign up for a coffee chat with Tanya Hernandez here. To assist us in estimating...read more