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- One State, One Film: Mental Health and MindfulnessOne State, One Film: Mental Health, Mindfulness, and Healing: Strategies for Surviving Incarceration and Racial Trauma Tuesday, May 18, 2021 7:00pm REGISTER HERE WATCH Path of Freedom JOIN THE VIRTUAL DISCUSSION Join members of the Connecticut Collaborative on Poverty, Criminal Justice & Race, along with leading advocates in the fight for criminal justice reform in our […]Posted on May 5, 2021
- UConn Wins Global Recognition for Ethical Supply Chain EffortsBy Stephanie Reitz ‘UConn has established itself as one of the premier institutions in the country in the area of human rights and ethical sourcing’ UConn is receiving global attention for its commitment to ethical supply chain management, licensing, and branding as the winner of the 2021 International Collegiate Licensing Association Service Award. In addition […]Posted on May 4, 2021
- This Day in Nuremberg: 5/4 Walter Funk on the Stand: Minister of Economics by Sara HarvelUS Prosecutor Thomas Dodd cross examined Walter Funk, the Minister of Economics, also known as the “Banker of Gold Teeth” for his role in managing Nazi plunder. In Letters from Nuremberg, Christopher Dodd recounts an exchange during interrogations between Thomas Dodd and Funk. “Dodd: When did you start doing business with the SS, Mr. Funk? […]Posted on May 4, 2021
- Resistance, Rule of Law, and Individual Responsibility: Medieval England, Modern Hong Kong, Nazi German, and the Civil Rights Movement by Sara HarvelIn Hong Kong, prominent lawyer Margaret Ng, sentenced for leading and participating in a peaceful protest, addressed the judge in her plea: “Your honour, I came late to the law. I have grown old in the service of the rule of law. I understand Sir Thomas More is the patron saint of the legal profession. […]Posted on April 25, 2021