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WAMU featured Haub Law Professor James Fishman in "New York Attorney General Files Suit Seeking To Dissolve The NRA"

08/07/2020

WAMU featured Haub Law Professor James Fishman in "New York Attorney General Files Suit Seeking To Dissolve The NRA"

The group’s financial troubles are well known and it recently laid off dozens of staffers. James Fishman, a former New York assistant attorney general who wrote a book on the state’s non-profit laws, said he thinks the NRA may feel pressure to settle the case.

“The cost of litigation will be in the millions of dollars for the NRA,” Fishman said. “And I don’t think the NRA at this particular point in time has millions of dollars to spend on it.”

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WAMU 88.5 featured Karla Jay, the first woman chair of the Gay Liberation Front and a retired women's and gender studies professor in "New York City Celebrates 50 Years Of Pride Parades"

06/29/2020

WAMU 88.5 featured Karla Jay, the first woman chair of the Gay Liberation Front and a retired women's and gender studies professor in "New York City Celebrates 50 Years Of Pride Parades"

“We set out to create a march on the first anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising. And if we hadn’t done that, nobody would remember the Stonewall today,” said Karla Jay, the first woman chair of the Gay Liberation Front and a retired women’s and gender studies professor at Pace University.  

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"WAMU" featured Alumna Dena Simmons in "Dena Simmons: How Does Imposter Syndrome Affect Students Of Color?"

03/19/2018

"WAMU" featured Alumna Dena Simmons in "Dena Simmons: How Does Imposter Syndrome Affect Students Of Color?"

About Dena Simmons’s TED Talk

When Bronx-native Dena Simmons received a scholarship to attend a majority white boarding school, she felt like an imposter. Simmons suggests ways students of color can be made to feel more accepted.

About Dena Simmons

Dena Simmons is the director of education at the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence, where she oversees training, coaching, and education initiatives. Previously, she worked as a teacher educator, curriculum developer, and diversity trainer.

Simmons is a graduate of Middlebury College and Pace University. She received her doctorate degree from Teachers College, Columbia University. Simmons grew up in the Bronx, New York.

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