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Impact of Prop. 209 on Calif. MWBEs

One Billion in Potential Contract Dollars Lost Annually by Businesses Owned by Women and People of Color Due to Proposition 209 California’s minority and women business enterprises (MWBEs) have lost the potential equivalent of $1 billion in public contracts because of Proposition 209, according to a report by the Equal Justice Society. EJS released the […]
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Butler Koshland Fellowships, Equal Justice Society and The San Francisco Foundation Continue the Butler Koshland Legacy of Mentorship

For 12 years, Butler Koshland Fellowships has identified and mentored the next generation of public service leaders in public health, environmental conservation, and in other fields through extraordinary partnerships with leading experts in the field. This year, Butler Koshland Fellowships and Equal Justice Society have partnered—with the support of The San Francisco Foundation— to provide […]
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Chapter by Eva Paterson on Litigating Implicit Bias in New Book, ‘America’s Growing Inequality’

A new book, “America’s Growing Inequality: The Impact of Poverty and Race,” includes a chapter by Eva Paterson on Litigating Implicit Bias. The article outlines the urgent need for our courts to depart from an archaic disposition towards racism, which requires plaintiffs alleging discrimination to prove the intent to discriminate – not just that discrimination […]
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Washington State Sup. Court Cites Law Review Article by EJS

UPDATE: The Seattle Times published in op-ed by Eva Paterson in reaction to the Court’s decision in this case. The Washington State Supreme Court recently cited a law review article on implicit bias co-authored in 2008 by Kimberly Thomas Rapp, Sara Jackson, and Eva Paterson. Kimberly was our Director of Law and Public Policy then, […]
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SF Public Defender Jeff Adachi on Implicit Bias

The following remarks were delivered by San Francisco Public Defender Jeff Adachi on Aug. 1, 2013, at the Criminal Litigation Ethics Seminar at UC Hastings College of the Law. Jeff spoke about unconscious bias in the criminal justice system, recent neuroscience findings, and the Trayvon Martin case. He was among three keynote presenters at the seminar, a hands-on […]
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