Sociology assistant professor Matthew Clair's book, "Privilege and Punishment: how Race and Class Matter in Criminal Court," is based on his research in the Boston court system.
Young was an educator, anti-apartheid activist, ordained minister and printer who left a strong impression at Stanford and beyond.
Los Angeles Deputy Mayor Barbara Romero shared insight and advice as a woman of color serving in local government at a Thursday evening Zoom event hosted by Stanford Women in Politics (SWIP).
Stanford’s Student Title IX Investigation & Hearing Process (Student Title IX Process) outlines the University’s policies and process in reviewing and adjudicating sexual violence allegations made against students. The policy has been criticized by students and faculty on multiple grounds, including those surrounding counseling, attorney time, the definition of sexual assault and expulsions.
Although organizers initially told the Daily a SUNet ID was required to enter the rally, that is not the case.
Ericka Huggins was the guest at the Women's Community Center's second annual Gender Equity and Justice Summit.
COVID-19 has shut and locked the doors of many community spaces. Members of these communities are unable to reach these spaces due to quarantine and shelter-in-place orders. Scheduled events have been canceled and discontinued. The Women’s Community Center (WCC) is one of these spaces forced to close, but its community has not disappeared in this…
The fall-quarter cohort of Stanford’s Bing Overseas Study Program (BOSP) in Santiago, Chile lived through widespread protests in the nation.
“This is one of societies best kept dirty secrets — that abuse happens even in affluent areas,” said Ruth Darlene, the founder of Women of Silicon Valley (WomenSV).
The Wednesday event was held at the Stanford Law School and hosted by the Office of Accessible Education, and included not just a talk with Girma but also a book signing for Girma’s new memoir “Haben: The Deafblind Woman Who Conquered Harvard Law.”