What You Can Do to Protect #OurCourt and Honor RBG’s Legacy

The Senate Democratic caucus is united against allowing a Supreme Court nominee to go forward before inauguration, meaning that this is a fight we can absolutely win. There are a handful of Republicans who have publicly stated their discomfort with a nomination this close to the election. The next president must nominate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s … Continue reading What You Can Do to Protect #OurCourt and Honor RBG’s Legacy

EJS 20th Anniversary Virtual Celebration – Thursday, September 17

EJS 20th Anniversary CelebrationThursday, September 17, 2020 - 6:00 p.m. RSVP You're invited to join us in a virtual gala to celebrate the Equal Justice Society's 20th anniversary on September 17 at 6:00 p.m. Pacific. Our program will include the world premiere of a new film titled "Harriet Tubman: Through the Eyes of Children," with music composed by … Continue reading EJS 20th Anniversary Virtual Celebration – Thursday, September 17

EJS and Proposition 16—The Repeal of Prop. 209

EJS has been fighting for what would become Proposition 16 for almost two decades. In 2005, we helped lead one of the first efforts to consider repealing Proposition 209 through a statewide coalition of civil rights advocates, community organizations, research centers, academics, scholars and students assessing the impact of Proposition 209 on individuals, society, and … Continue reading EJS and Proposition 16—The Repeal of Prop. 209

Goodbye and Thank You, Yoana Tchoukleva, Amalee Beattie, and Josh Cottle!

The Equal Justice Society says farewell and thank you to departing staff members, Yoana Tchoukleva, (Judge Constance Baker Motley Civil Rights Fellow, 2018-2020), Amalee Beattie (Summer Law Clerk), and Josh Cottle (Summer Law Clerk). Yoana Tchoukleva joined EJS in late 2018 after EJS revived the Motley Fellowship, thanks to a generous endowment by Elizabeth J. … Continue reading Goodbye and Thank You, Yoana Tchoukleva, Amalee Beattie, and Josh Cottle!