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Tanya Washington Joins Colleagues in the Advancement of Children’s Constitutional Rights Consortium
A $2.1 million gift from an anonymous donor will support a new project to advance children’s constitutional rights. The Advancement of Children’s Constitutional Rights consortium includes three nationally recognized children’s rights legal scholars: Tanya Washington of Georgia State University College of Law, Catherine Smith, of the University of Denver Sturm College of Law, and Robin Walker Sterling of Northwestern Pritzker School of Law.
Elizabeth West Honored by the College Language Association with Annual Book Award for “Finding Francis: One Family’s Journey from Slavery to Freedom”
Dr. Elizabeth West, Professor of English and Africana Studies, has been honored by the College Language Association (CLA) with its annual book award for “Finding Francis: One Family’s Journey from Slavery to Freedom.” The CLA is one of the nation’s oldest professional associations of Black scholars, founded in 1937 by Black collegiate scholars of English and world languages.