Separating children from their parents violates international law

By Prof. Connie de la Vega,┬áthe Marshall P. Madison Professor And Academic Director Of International Programs and Dean’s Circle Scholar at the University of San Francisco School of Law Separating children from their parents violates international law and in particular the Convention on the Rights of the Child which has been ratified by every countryContinue reading “Separating children from their parents violates international law”

4th Circuit Decision: Implicit Bias a More Probable Cause of Discrimination Today

By Mona Tawatao A decision issued last week by the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals included a groundbreaking acknowledgment that modern-day discrimination is more likely caused by “nuanced decisions” and implicit bias. In Woods v. City of Greensboro, the court reinforced established precedent that says that just because plaintiffs claiming race discrimination were treated favorablyContinue reading “4th Circuit Decision: Implicit Bias a More Probable Cause of Discrimination Today”