Alumni in the News


November 2019 

Elizabeth Glazer ('86)

Director of the Mayor’s Office of Criminal Justice, comments on New York City’s plan to rebuild its jails, a project she is helping to lead.

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Yasmeen Hassan (’95)

Global Executive Director of Equality Now, is awarded the National Public Interest Award from Stanford Law School.

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Jodie Kirshner (’09)

Author and Research Professor at New York University, discusses the consequences of Detroit’s 2013 bankruptcy for seven residents who she follows in her new book: "Broke: Hardship and Resilience in a City of Broken Promises."

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Kirsten Lavery (’13)
 
International Legal Specialist with the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom, comments on the limited nature of the commission’s Freedom of Religion or Belief Victims (FORBS) List, which includes information on certain religious prisoners but does not reflect worldwide trends.

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