The mission of the Columbia Journal of Race and Law (CJRL) is to establish a dialogue on historic and contemporary notions of socio-political and legal challenges facing racial and ethnic minorities. We hope to embrace the continual importance of prioritizing this discourse as a means of better understanding contemporary issues, in addition to embarking on new paths for social progress.

CJRL Symposium Rescheduled for June 16–18

The Columbia Journal of Race and Law has rescheduled its Volume 11 Symposium, Strengthened Bonds: Abolishing the Child Welfare System and Re-Envisioning Child Well-Being, for June 16–18. You can find the updated program here. Register here

Strengthened Bonds: Abolishing the Child Welfare System and Re-Envisioning Child Well Being

Vol. 11 No. 3 (2021)

Published: Jul 1, 2021

Editor's Note

Growth in Unprecedented Times

Nicolás Quaid Galván

421–426

The Surveillance Tentacles of the Child Welfare System

Charlotte Baughman, Tehra Coles, Jennifer Feinberg, Hope Newton

501–532

Abolition, Settler Colonialism, and the Persistent Threat of Indian Child Welfare

Theresa Rocha Beardall, Frank Edwards

533–574

Reimagining Schools' Role Outside the Family Regulation System

Brianna Harvey, Josh Gupta-Kagan, Christopher Church

575–610

Using Peacemaking Circles to Indigenize Tribal Child Welfare

Lauren van Schilfgaarde, Brett Lee Shelton

681–710

Ending the Family Death Penalty and Building a World We Deserve

Ashley Albert, Tiheba Bain, Elizabeth Brico, Bishop Marcia Dinkins, Kelis Houston, Joyce McMillan, Vonya Quarles, Lisa Sangoi, Erin Miles Cloud, Adina Marx-Arpadi

860–894

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