Jacqueline Patterson is the Director of the NAACP Environmental and Climate Justice Program. She has worked as a researcher, advocate and activist for women‘s rights, violence against women prevention, HIV & AIDS treatment, racial justice, economic justice, and climate justice.
On October 30, 2017, Patterson came to Harvard Law to discuss the intersection of racism and climate change— to show the Harvard community how to “put racial justice at the center of systemic transformation.”
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- A Q&A with William T. Oree, law clerk and incarcerated person at Attica Correctional Facility - April 23, 2018
- Jeff Flake’s shameful record on civil legal aid for the poor - April 12, 2018