Conversations About Justice features conversations with advocates, academics, and activists who are at the forefront of critical local, national, and global issues. Produced by the Toll Public Interest Center at Penn Law, the podcast examines the causes and impacts of inequity while exploring justice-minded solutions.
Conversations About Justice - Alumni in Action Series (Kristen Dama)
In our Conversations about Justice, Alumni in Action Series: COVID-19, we speak with alumni who are doing important work to address disparities that have been amplified as a result of the pandemic.
Justice Kristen Clarke sits down with Penn Law student Sherrod Smith
Justice Kristen Clarke sits down with Penn Law student Sherrod Smith by Penn Law
Professor Monique Morris on the disparities faced by black girls
Professor Monique Morris on the disparities faced by black girls by Penn Law
Sherrilyn Ifill on Working Toward Justice for All in the U.S. Legal System
NAACP Legal Defense Fund President and Director-Counsel Sherrilyn Ifill discusses her role in the push toward a fairer and more equal justice system.
Eleanor Acer discusses refugee protection in the United States
Emily R. Sutcliffe, TPIC’s Associate Director, speaks with Eleanor Acer, Senior Director of Refugee Protection at Human Rights First, about issues relating to refugee protection and immigration.
Kedric Payne on ethics and environmental justice
Emily R. Sutcliffe, TPIC’s Associate Director, speaks with Kedric Payne, former Deputy General Counsel for Environment and Compliance, about his path to public service and experiences providing counsel on environmental protection laws, international and national security, and ethics.