Greg Keating, Fellow-in-Residence and Professor of Law and Philosophy at USC, is quoted in the Times. The article, "Lil Peep's Mother Sues Manager Over His Death," describes a new suit filed by the rapper's mother, accusing his talent managment agency of being responsible for his death by providing him with a supply of drugs. You can read the article here. Read more about Greg Keating Quoted in the New York Times
Advisory Coucil member Mike Novogratz has an op-ed in CNN Business today on the need to reinstate Pell grants for incarcerated individuals. Novogratz is the founding board chair of the Bail Project and a partner in the Justice Reform Alliance; he is also founder and CEO of Galaxy Digital, an investment firm.
Graduate Fellow Gili Kliger has a review of Charles King's book, Gods of the Upper Air: How a Circle of Renegade Anthropologists Reinvented Race, Sex, and Gender in the Twentieth Century, in Boston Review today. You can read her review, "Be Not Afraid to Find Them Wanting," here.Read more about New Review from Gili Kliger in Boston Review
Dr. Mary Travis Bassett, Director of the FXB Center for Health and Human Rights at the T.H. Chan School of Public Health and member of our Justice, Health, and Democracy Initiative, is interviewed today in the Gazette. Dr. Bassett discusses her upcoming Harvard-University of Michigan summit on the opioid crisis that will take place tomorrow, and the University's efforts to confront opioid use and abuse.