Resources & Publications

NLG Review: Vol. 71, No. 4 (Winter 2014)

Special Issue: Race & Criminal Injustice

  • Racial Disparities in Punishment and Alienation: Rebelling for Justice by Adjoa Artis Aiyetoro
     
  • My Time in Ferguson by Curtis McGuire (see accompanying photos by the author here)
     
  • #BlackLivesMatter Kitchen Talk by Richael Faithful

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Guild Notes: Vol. 40, No. 1 (Spring 2015)

In this issue:
#BlackLivesMatter: NLG stands in solidarity with movement against racist police violence (p. 8-12)

St. Louis NLG files lawsuit to oust Ferguson prosecutor (p. 9)
NLG-Mass. galvanizes legal community for state-wide #BlackLivesMatter day of action (p. 11)
The Guild supports Walmart employees’ fight for a living wage (p. 5)
National Office launches first-of-its-kind Radical Law Student Manual (p. 14)
Meet the 2015 NLG Haywood Burns Fellows (p. 15)

...and more!

More Recent Resources & Publications

NLG Calls for Federal Investigation into Chapel Hill Murders of Three Muslim Students

On February 10, 46-year-old Craig Stephen Hicks, a wihte man and self-described "anti-theist" shot and killed Razan Abu-Salha (19), Yusor Abu-Salha (21), and Deah Barakat (23) in their home at point-blank range. On Feburary 13, the NLG joined 149 civil rights and faith organizations in calling for the initiation of a federal hate crime investigation in a letter initiated by Muslim Advocates to Attorney General Eric Holder.