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Innovation & Collaboration For Collective Impact
The 24 Hour Plays: Viral Monologues features real stories from those currently and previously incarcerated, their families, and the advocates serving them during this global pandemic. It grows out of a collaboration with The 24 Hour Plays, The Broadway Advocacy Coalition; The Confined Arts; RAPP; Zealous and The Center for Institutional and Social Change @ Columbia Law School.
Starting May 12 at 6 PM, these video monologues highlighting the experiences of the directly impacted advocates will begin to be released to the world. Click here to watch the monologues on Instagram (1 new monologue will be posted every 15 minutes). Click here to learn about the calls to action connected with each monologue.
Read about what Columbia Law students and our own center is doing for pro bono efforts in the wake of COVID-19. To access the full article, click here.
The 24 Hour Plays to Collaborate With The Broadway Advocacy Coalition & More for Special Edition of Viral Monologues
Broadway World's coverage on the collaboration between The 24 Hour Plays, The Broadway Advocacy Coalition, The Confined Arts, RAPP, Zealous and The Center for Institutional and Social Change at Columbia Law School.
To access the full article, click here.
The official press release for the Leading With Conviction in the Era of Trump event can be found online.
- Leading with Conviction: The Transformative Role of Formerly Incarcerated Leaders in Reducing Mass Incarceration: Susan Sturm, Haran Tae
- Law in the Time of Coronavirus: Katharina Pistor
- Full Participation: Building the Architecture for Diversity and Public Engagement in Higher Education: Susan Sturm, Tim Eatman, John Saltmarsh, and Adam Bus