Entries tagged with “Women's History Month

Facts & Research

United States Supreme Court

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Mar 22, 2024

Women’s History Month Profile Series: Carol Steiker, Harvard Law School Professor

This month, DPIC cel­e­brates Women’s History Month with week­ly pro­files of notable women whose work has been sig­nif­i­cant in the mod­ern death penal­ty era. The third entry in this series is Harvard Law School Professor Carol Steiker, a renowned edu­ca­tor and influ­en­tial death penal­ty scholar. 

Death Row

Women

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Mar 29, 2024

Women’s History Month Profile Series: Miriam Krinsky, Executive Director of Fair and Just Prosecution

This month, DPIC cel­e­brates Women’s History Month with week­ly pro­files of notable women whose work has been sig­nif­i­cant in the mod­ern death penal­ty era. The fourth and final entry in this series is Miriam Krinsky, a for­mer fed­er­al pros­e­cu­tor and the Executive Director of Fair and Just Prosecution. Fair and Just Prosecution (FJP) is an orga­ni­za­tion of elect­ed pros­e­cu­tors com­mit­ted to pro­mot­ing a jus­tice sys­tem ground­ed in fair­ness, equi­ty, com­pas­sion, and fis­cal responsibility.” 

Policy Issues

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Mental Illness

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Mar 15, 2024

Women’s History Month Profile Series: Sarah Belal, Executive Director of Justice Project Pakistan

This month, DPIC cel­e­brates Women’s History Month with week­ly pro­files of notable women whose work has been sig­nif­i­cant in the mod­ern death penal­ty era. The sec­ond entry in this series is Sarah Belal, founder and exec­u­tive direc­tor of Justice Project Pakistan (JPP), a non­prof­it orga­ni­za­tion in Lahore, Pakistan.