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January 20, 2015

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Tuesday, January 20, 2015

FCRH, FCLC, GSB DAY, PCS, GSB EVE - Add/Drop ends, last day for program change
FCRH, FCLC, GSB DAY, PCS, GSB EVE - Add/Drop ends, last day for program change
12:01 AM - 11:59 PM Last day to register for Spring 2015 (Add/Drop ends at 11:59pm)
Last day to register
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM Web Content Management - Introduction
Introduction to Fordham's web content policies, design and content guidelines, and best practices in web communications including writing for the web. Appropriate for web editors, supervisors, and anyone who will be preparing content for their department websites. 
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM Ferguson Is Everywhere: Policing and the Criminalization of Communities of Color

Speakers: Alex S. Vitale and Linda Sarsour

The non-indictments in the Ferguson and Staten Island cases have sparked a long-overdue national movement regarding the larger issue of institutional racism within the criminal justice system, manifested in systemic issues such as racially-biased 'Broken Windows' policing, the school-to-prison pipeline, and the Drug War, all of which contribute to mass incarceration. This talk will explore the underlying policies that have led to excessive use of police force and the hyper-criminalization of communities of color, concrete suggestions for police and criminal justice reform, and the power and potential of the national #BlackLivesMatter movement.  

Alex S. Vitale, Professor of Sociology at Brooklyn College and contributor to The Nation, focuses on urban politics, policing, and social movements. 

Linda Sarsour is a racial justice and civil rights activist, Co-Founder of Muslims for Ferguson, Executive Director of the Arab American Association of NY, and a member of Justice League NYC.

Fordham Black Law Students Association
Fordham National Lawyers Guild

Kosher pizza will be served.

5:30 PM - 6:30 PM LEEAP Prospective Volunteers the Information Session


To Register please click HERE


Dear Prospective LEEAP Volunteers,


Fordham Law School’s Feerick Center for Social Justice invites attorneys and other professionals to the Information Session of the Educational Component of the Legal, Economic, and Education Advancement Project (LEEAP).


The Education Component of LEEAP works to recruit and train professionals, who then assist students from low income families to navigate the New York City public high school application and college application processes.


LEEAP offers long term and short term volunteer opportunities at several community-based organizations and schools in Manhattan and Brooklyn. This session will provide information regarding the various volunteer positions available, and the opportunity to connect with representatives from specific LEEAP host organizations.

Event Information:

DATE: Tuesday, January 20th, 2015

TIME: 5:30pm - 6:30pm

LOCATION: Fordham Law School
Feerick Center for Social Justice
150 West 62nd Street, 7 Fl.
Room 7-119
New York, NY 10023


To Register please click HERE

For more information or if you cannot attend this Information Session but would still like to get involved, please contact Liza Carroll, LEEAP Co-Director, at or call 212-636-6304.


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