The Little Rock Congregations Study (LRCS) Team at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock is investigating how congregations and clergy members are using racial justice and reconciliation for faith-based community engagement in Little Rock.
The UA Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law has received a $1 million grant from Walmart, Inc. The grant will fund a Court Observation Project through Bowen’s new Center for Racial Justice and Criminal Justice Reform. Read Walmart’s full announcement here. Continue reading “Bowen Law School Receives $1 million from Walmart to Fund Court Observation Project”
The UA Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law has created the Center for Racial Justice and Criminal Justice Reform. The Center recently received approval by both the UA System Board of Trustees and the Arkansas Department of Higher Education.
The Center’s mission is to advance legal equity, access to justice, and fairness in Arkansas and the region. Bowen professors Anastasia Boles and andré douglas pond cummings co-founded the Center and will act as its co-directors. Continue reading “Law school creates Center for Racial Justice and Criminal Justice Reform”