Tag Archives: susan serrano

EJS to Present at ‘Implicit Bias Across the Law’ Book Conference at Harvard Law School on June 14

EJS President Eva Paterson will join many of the country’s leading minds on implicit bias theory at the “Implicit Bias and the Law” book conference on June 14 at the Charles Hamilton Houston Institute for Race and Justice at Harvard Law School. Professor Charles J. Ogletree, Jr., the founding board chair of EJS, established the […]
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EJS 10th Anniversary Celebration at Yoshi’s Honors Founders, Sets Stage for New Efforts to Reclaim 14th Amendment

The Equal Justice Society celebrated its 10th anniversary on Dec. 7 with a gala fundraiser at Yoshi’s San Francisco featuring a concert by the Marcus Shelby Jazz Orchestra with Faye Carol, Kenny Washington and Jeannine Anderson where they performed new songs from “Soul of a Movement: Meditations on Martin Luther King, Jr.” See photos of […]
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Of race, of belonging, and of breaking barriers big and small: Why I mourn the loss of Michael Jackson

This post was written by Susan Serrano, our research director here at EJS from 2001-2005. Susan is now the Director of Educational Development, Ka Huli Ao Center for Excellence in Native Hawaiian Law, at the University of Hawai’i William S. Richardson School of Law. Over the last few days, I’ve searched my heart and mind […]
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