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Edited by the Students of the City University of New York School of Law

Scholarship for Social Justice

Cities in International Law: Reclaiming Rights as Global Custom

Andrew Bodiford

Generating Trauma: How the United States Violates the Human
Rights of Incarcerated Mothers and Their Children

Education Is Liberation: The Power of Alternative Education Spaces

More Municipal Than Court: Using the Eleventh Amendment
to Hold Municipal Courts Liable for Their Modern-Day Debtors'
Prisons Practices


Dismantling the Pillars of White Supremacy: Obstacles in
Eliminating Disparities and Achieving Racial Justice

Civil Gideon and NYC's Universal Access: Why Comprehensive
Public Benefits Advocacy Is Essential to Preventing Evictions and
Creating Stability

Christina Scotti

Matthew Amani

 Sonya Levitova

   Kevin E. Jason

     Jack Newton,
  Paula Arboleda,
  Michael Connors
& Vianca Figueroa

Volume  Twenty-Three             Winter 2020                Number  One

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