By: CHERISSE FRANCIS The global icon now known across the world as Mrs. Michelle Obama was born Michelle Robinson on January 17, 1964. She was raised on the South Side of Chicago to parents Fraser Robinson III and Marian Robinson. Michelle did not have a privileged childhood by any stretch of the imagination. As a young … Continue reading #InContext: Michelle Obama
By: MOLLY WICKER The Institute’s second class of Douglass Fellows completed their nine-month fellowship with a celebration dinner on April 10 at Lincoln’s Cottage in Washington, D.C. The Fellows, representing seven law schools, were engaged in the Institute’s anti-trafficking work through three key components: 1) Research and Writing; 2) Advocacy; and 3) Mentorship. “This year’s … Continue reading 2018-19 Douglass Fellows Class Celebrated at Lincoln’s Cottage in Washington, D.C.
By: MOLLY WICKER Each year, the Douglass Fellows program has participants from elite law schools across the country. Throughout the year, Fellows are asked to organize and execute at least one advocacy event, which provides an opportunity for participants to highlight important conversations within the anti-trafficking movement. The events also create a way for Fellows … Continue reading Douglass Fellows Host Advocacy Events to Raise Awareness