‘21-‘22 JC Fellow Sarah Medina Camiscoli Awarded a Prestigious 2022 Echoing Green Fellowship
‘21-‘22 JC Fellow Sarah Medina Camiscoli Awarded a Prestigious 2022 Echoing Green Fellowship.
Justice Catalyst Fellow Winston Berkman-Breen Appointed as First-Ever Student Advocate & Director of Consumer Advocacy
Justice Catalyst Fellow Winston Berkman-Breen has been appointed Student Advocate and Director of Consumer Advocacy for the New York State Department of Financial Services, strengthening the mission of the Department to protect and empower New York consumers and student borrowers
Justice Catalyst Fellow Lydia X. Z. Brown Joins Institute Project on Algorithmic Fairness & Disability Rights
Geogetown Tech Institute is proud to announce the hiring of Justice Catalyst Fellow Lydia X. Z. Brown to co-lead their work on algorithmic fairness and disability rights
New Report by DRCVI and Justice Catalyst Fellow ’20-’21 James Campbell Illuminates Federal Discrimination Against the People of the U.S. Virgin Islands
James Campbell, a ’20-’21 Justice Catalyst Fellow at the Disability Rights Center of the Virgin Islands, worked on a new report documenting the staggering costs to Virgin Islanders of unequal treatment for Medicaid and social security benefits, and in federal
“To You It’s Unprofessional, To Me It’s Magnificent”: The Crown Act Is Fighting Racist Hair Discrimination with '20-'21 JC/PRP Fellow Kimberly Fayette
THE PUBLIC sat down with Justice Catalyst/Public Rights Project Joint Fellow Kimberly Fayette ‘20-’21 to discuss the history of Black and brown hair discrimination.
Kimberly Fayette is a 2020-2021 Justice Catalyst/Public Rights Project Fellow at the New York City Commission on Human Rights focusing on the enforcement of administrative guidance barring discrimination based on hairstyle and hair texture.
Brian Remlinger is a 2021-2022 Justice Catalyst/Public Rights Project Joint Fellow harnessing the Michigan Secretary of State’s administrative rulemaking and formal rulemaking powers to standardize election administration across Michigan and increase ballot access for all Michiganders.
Molly Gupta is a 2021-2022 Justice Catalyst/Public Rights Project Joint Fellow at the City Attorney’s office in Nashville promoting sustainable and equitable urban development.
Marie Evelyn Sheehan
Marie Evelyn Sheehan is a 2021-2022 Justice Catalyst Fellow with Street Democracy working on the Property Tax Appeals Project (PTAP), which appeals the over assessment of property taxes on low-value homes in minority communities, helping at-risk homeowners avoid over-taxation and
Sarah Medina Camiscoli
Sarah Medina Camiscoli is a 2021-2022 Justice Catalyst Fellow at Public Counsel, collaborating with them to lead the Peer Defense Project at IntegrateNYC, an organization centering an unprecedented intergenerational movement lawyering model that catalyzes youth-led movements for civil rights.
Lydia X. Z. Brown
Lydia X.Z. Brown is a 2018-2019 Justice Catalyst Fellow at Judge David L. Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law empowering students with disabilities against harmful discipline.
ArchCity Defenders combats the criminalization of poverty and state violence in communities of color in the St. Louis region and beyond.
Public Rights Project
Public Rights Project works with state, local, and tribal governments to protect vulnerable communities' legal rights.
Center for Popular Democracy
Center for Popular Democracy builds networks to create equity, opportunity, and a dynamic democracy.
Partners for Justice
Partners for Justice places advocates in public defender offices across the country to empower low-income people in the criminal justice system.
Washington Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights and Urban Affairs
The Washington Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights and Urban Affairs creates legal, economic, and social equity through litigation, public education, and policy advocacy.