Community Justice Project News
The Prison Phone Justice Team at the Racial Justice Rally
Prison Phone Justice Team of the Community Justice Project attend at the Racial Justice Rally on March 5, 2014
Rosenblum: Calls to reform unfair prison phone system
Dr. Tyner and Teri Schmitz featured in a Start Tribune article, Rosenblum: Calls to reform unfair prison phone system on March 5.
Professor Levy-Pounds Speaks at the School to Prison Pipeline Protest and Rally at Central High School
Professor Levy-Pounds Speaks at the School to Prison Pipeline Protest and Rally at Central High School. See the story and video coverage.
Dr. Tyner Serves as Panelist at the ABA’s School to Prison Pipeline Town Hall Forum
Dr. Tyner serves as a panelist at the ABA’s School to Prison Pipeline Town Hall Forum.
Prof. Levy-Pounds recognized in the new generation of African-American leaders with a new fight
Prof. Levy-Pounds, Director of the Community Justice Project, is recognized as a part of the 'new generation of African-American leaders' with a new fight here in the Twin Cities.
Watch Professor Nekima Levy-Pounds' moving speech on the status of Martin Luther King's dream
MLK's Dream: Where Are We Now? watch Prof. Levy-Pounds speak on and to Dr. Martin Luther King's dream
Profiles of Courage: Leadership Lessons from Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. by Dr.Tyner
Dr. Tyner writes Profiles of Courage: Leadership Lessons from Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. for BlackLifeCoaches.net
Prof. Levy-Pounds Speaks about Minnesota's Employment Gap on MPR News
A new report by Minnesota's advisory committee to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights found the employment gap between whites and people of color "intolerable." Listen to Prof. Levy-Pounds on MPR News.
State advisory committee to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights releases report co-authored by students, professors on unemployment disparity in Minnesota
The Minnesota Advisory Committee to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights has released a new report co-authored by students and professors from the University of St. Thomas School of Law that examines the underlying causes of racial disparity in unemployment in Minnesota and recommendations for change.
Martin Luther King's Dream—Where Are We Now? on Jan 23, featuring keynote speaker Prof. Levy-Pounds
Dr. Martin Luther King offered America a compelling vision for social change that transformed our nation. As part of Humphrey School’s celebration of the 50th anniversary of the signing of the Civil Rights Act, we are calling our beloved community together to reflect on Dr. Martin Luther King’s vision and goals, and explore where we stand now. Keynote speaker Professor Nekima Levy-Pounds, civil rights attorney and director of the Community Justice Project at the University of St. Thomas School of Law, will share her views on the status of Dr. Martin Luther King’s "Dream" today.
Support Brotherhood Inc. on 2012 Give To The Max Day
Show your support for the Community Justice Project's cherished organization. Brotherhood, Inc's mission is to enable African-American youths and young adults to envision and achieve successful futures.
Check out a promotional video for Brotherhood Inc. for 2012 Give To The Max Day: