After Fisher Conference Call
Global Affirmative Action Praxis Project: AAPF in Bogota, Colombia
AAPF is on the road in Bogota, Colombia from March 20th to 29th, 2013. Our dedicated student bloggers will provide daily updates on our activities.
Work With AAPF This Summer!
AAPF has a limited number of positions for 2 and 4 year college students as well as law students looking to explore work in legal and policy work as well as social media and communications.
Affirmative Action Across the 50 States
Check out AAPF’s latest advocacy tool: Affirmative Action Across the 50 States!
Opportunity Race: Topical content expanding on key issues highlighted in our “(Un)Equal Opportunity Race” video.
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Required Skills and Experience: Competency using at least 3 of the following: Drupal, Facebook, Microsoft Office, opensource Wiki platforms, Tumblr, Twitter, Vimeo, WordPress Access to Internet Connection To Be Considered: Cover Letter: Provide a one page cover letter describing your interest in working at AAPF as well as…
The State of Female America 2012
GRITtv: Susan Burton & Kimberle Crenshaw: Hope After Prison
Hope is in short supply these days, particularly for those in America’s packed prison system. California incarcerates more women than any other state, and when those women get out of jail they often have nothing more than $200 in their pockets and hope to go on. Susan Burton was one of those women once, and now she’s founder and executive director of A New Way of Life Reentry Project, a nonprofit organization that helps formerly incarcerated women get their lives back together. Susan has been named one of CNN’s ten Heroes this year, and is in the running for the top spot, and she joins us via Skype, along with Kimberle Crenshaw, who explains just why Susan’s nomination gives her hope in a bleak time.