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Professor Mark Nevitt: The President, the Military, and Minneapolis—What You Need to Know

Saturday 5/30/2020

In the aftermath of the tragic killing of George Floyd by a Minneapolis police officer, riots and unrest have been spreading throughout the city of Minneapolis and the country. The Minnesota National Guard has been activated by Minnesota Governor Timothy Walz ...


Mark P. Nevitt

Professor Roy Gutterman: Trump, Twitter, & the Distraction of Censorship

Friday 5/29/2020

The day after the country broke the mark of 100,000 dead of Covid-19, unemployment reached 40 million and a major midwestern city burned after riots following another racial police brutality death, President Donald Trump signed an executive order attacking social media ...


Roy Gutterman

Professor Dorfman's Research on COVID-19 & the FDA Blood Ban Featured in Wake Forest Law Symposium

Thursday 5/28/2020

Featured in Wake Forest Law’s 2020 Isolated by the Law online symposium, Professor Doron Dorfman discusses intersections between COVID-19 interstate travel restrictions and FDA blood donor policies. This lecture draws on research for an article to be published in the Journal of Law & the Biosciences.


Doron Dorfman

Professor Kim Publishes Study of Undocumented Immigration, Stigma, and Exceptionalism

Thursday 5/28/2020

“Illegals.” “Rapists.” “Criminals.” “Aliens.” “Animals.” These labels have defined what it means to be an undocumented immigrant in the United States today ...


Andrew Kim

BBI, UK University Begin Study of Inclusive Public Spaces and Accessibility of Streets

Thursday 5/28/2020

The Burton Blatt Institute at Syracuse University has begun a collaboration with the University of Leeds in the United Kingdom focusing on groundbreaking research into the accessibility of public spaces and the social justice problems resulting from an exclusionary infrastructure.


Burton Blatt Institute

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