How can we best prepare to fight racial discrimination in housing? Greg Squires has spent his career contributing to public and academic conversations about predatory lending, insurance redli
Re-thinking DC: A community-engaged discussion on reimagining policing and the role of Attorney Generals
Please join us on April 23rd at 2:30pm EST on Zoom to hear a moderated discussion between student project leaders of GW's Rethinking DC Youth and Policing Project and DC Chief Deputy Attorney G
Join us this Friday April 23rd for our last panel discussion of the semester!
Join us for our second informal interrogation this semester, this time with mobile security deployments deputy assistant director Kevin Murphy.
On Thursday the 15th at 6:30pm EST we will host the Federal Government Panel:
Tens of thousands of youths are incarcerated today. Yet, this estimation significantly increases when you include those simply involved in the system each year.
Over the past 25 years, women have faced a unique experience within the criminal justice system due to expansive law enforcement policies, rigid drug sentencing rules, and post-conviction challenge
Immigrant Selectivity and Diverse Patterns of Integration: Chinese and Indian Immigrants in Los Angeles
Stephen Crawford, research professor at the GW Institute of Public Policy, joins his colleague Kyle Albert to discuss the value of credentials to employers and workers.
Dialog and (Dis) Order Keeping: Police Organizational Sensemaking in Stockholm, Sweden & Oakland, California