The Superior Court of California, County of Merced, hosted a ceremony last Friday, February 17, to name the 2260 N Street, Merced, Courthouse after Professor Charles James Ogletree Jr. who was born in Merced on December 31, 1952. The Equal Justice Society congratulates Prof. Ogletree and the Ogletree family on this honor and thanks former California Assemblymember Adam Gray, whoContinue reading “State Courthouse in Merced Named After Prof. Charles Ogletree, EJS’s Founding Board Chair”
The California Task Force to Study and Develop Reparation Proposals for African Americans today released an interim report providing an in-depth overview of the harms inflicted on African Americans in California and across the nation due to the ongoing legacy of slavery and systemic discrimination.
Download PDF. Position and Responsibilities: We are seeking an experienced, thoughtful, and visionary leader to oversee all facets of the organization’s work and to guide it into its next stage of impact. The President will report directly to the Board of Directors and is responsible for leading the strategic planning, organizational management, programmatic development, externalContinue reading “EJS President Position Open”