Join the Yale Visual Law Project and the Yale Student Film Festival for a screening of the new documentary RIKERS: An American Jail. The screening will be followed by a conversation about the film and the #CLOSErikers movement with film participant and activist Cadeem Gibbs, producer Judy Doctoroff, and Professor Miriam Gohara of YLS. Moderated by New York Times Magazine staff writer and YLS senior research scholar Emily Bazelon.
Join the Yale Visual Law Project for a coffee chat with filmmaker John Lucas to discuss process and ethics in documentary filmmaking.
Lunch with data artist and app developer, Josh Begley. Hosted by the Visual Law Project and the Information Society Project.
In a world where online information purveyors can distribute “fake news,” does it matter that audio, visual and audio/visual materials can be doctored or be utterly fictional?
Torkwase Dyson received a BFA from Virginia Commonwealth University in 1999 and MFA from Yale School of Art in painting/printmaking in 2003. She merges ideas such as site and built environments, nature and culture under the rubric of environmentalism.
Dan Jackson is the Executive Director of the NuLawLab. The NuLawLab is an interdisciplinary innovation laboratory working to imagine, design, test, and implement pioneering approaches to legal empowerment.
Join Law Students for Reproductive Justice, the Visual Law Project, and the Lillian Goldman Law Library for a screening of “Birthright: A War Story” and a Q&A with the co-executive producer and writer of the film Luchina Fischer.
Non-pizza dinner will be served.
Law isn't only made inside the courtroom. Join Current Affairs founder and YLS alum Nathan J. Robinson, Marshall Project commentary editor Donovan X. Ramsey, and Graphic Advocacy Project founder Hallie Jay Pope to discuss their alternative pathways to change.