Now, 150 years after Trotter’s birth, the Trotter Collaborative is hosting a two-day event to introduce attendees to Trotter’s legacy and provide an opportunity to explore social justice work today.
Sibling Cities USA and the cities of Palo Alto, California and Bloomington, Indiana are hosting a virtual kickoff for the first-ever Sibling Cities relationship on February 15th. The Kickoff will feature a fireside chat with Cornell William Brooks.
Harvard Professors Cornell William Brooks and Linda Bilmes are making a strong case for reparations for Black Americans with the argument that the U.S. is already designed to compensate a wide range of specific groups for their suffering.
Latosha Brown, co-founder of Black Voters Matters – client in Cornell William Brook’s spring 2022 class – comments on voting rights challenges.
“It was extraordinarily painful to watch as an American and as an African American,” Cornell William Brooks blasts Sen. Marsha Blackburn for her remarks about a Black judicial nominee.
Cornell William Brooks,“… there is no set of circumstances, no reading of the law, no rendering of the imagination, in which a Black person could get away with this.”
Cornell William Brooks responds to Rittenhouse verdict – “I don’t have to tell you this, there is no set of circumstances, no reading of the law, no rendering of the imagination, in which a Black person could get away with this.”
Cornell William Brooks discussed how Rittenhouse case has become symbolic of the nation’s polarization over gun rights, racism, and police brutality.
Harvard professor and former head of the NAACP Cornell William Brooks on “The Laura Coates Show”.
Former president and CEO of the NAACP, Cornell William Brooks, discusses new calls from officials and activists to target the benefits and pensions of police officers accused of brutality.
Cornell William Brooks talks about his new course “Creating Justice In Real Time: The Twin Pandemics of Police Brutality and COVID-19” in spring 2021.
NPR’s Mary Louise Kelly talks with former NAACP president and longtime Virginia resident Cornell Brooks about Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam’s blackface scandal in 2019.