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Racial Justice Resources: U.S. Federal Government Hearing and Reports

A guide to resources provided by the Law Library, as well as external information, to support our community in considering racial justice and reconciliation.

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U.S. Federal Government Hearing and Reports

U.S. FEDERAL GOVERNMENT HEARINGS AND REPORTS

NEWS AND ANALYSIS

ABA Journal news
News and analysis on topics such as access to justice and diversity.

Bloomberg Law News (Bloomberg password required)
News and analysis including social justice topics, from sexual harassment to racial discrimination. Searchable for keywords such as social justice and race.

Law 360: Access to Justice (available on campus or through ASURITE)
Exploring issues related to the criminal justice system, including immigration, policing, criminal law, incarceration, and disparate impacts on racial, ethnic, and other minority groups.

Law.com News
This website aimed at legal professionals features news and analysis arranged by topics including diversity and civil rights.

Westlaw Edge News (Westlaw password required)
Searchable database of news and analysis, highlighting topics such as immigration and criminal justice.