ABOUT HCR

Founded in 2015, Howard Human & Civil Rights Law Review (HCR) is a student-managed, faculty-supervised law review published by the Howard University School of Law.  HCR focuses on issues related to human rights, civil rights, and international law.

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The HCR Blog

September 23, 2019

The Harvard Prison Divestment Campaign wrote to express its support for the upcoming hearing on this important issue on September 24, 2019 from 10:15 am -11:15 am in the Ruben Dario Room at the GSB Building of the Organization of American Statesor on reparations for de...

September 23, 2019

The Thurgood Marshall Civil Rights Center at Howard University School of Law, along with co-sponsoring organizations, submitted a request on July 11, 2019 for a thematic hearing before the Inter-AmericanCommission on Human Rights (“IACHR”) for the upcoming 173rd Period...

November 8, 2017

          Imagine after decades and decades of struggle, finally having access to important and necessary medical procedures. Imagine being able to breathe a bit easier knowing that employers cannot fire people for simply being who they are and living their truth. And...

October 10, 2017

INTRODUCTION

          Sex trafficking, like human trafficking in general, is a heinous crime that is widely prevalent in America and most of the world. According to estimations by the United Nations, 2.4 million people around the world are being trafficked at any given...

September 9, 2017

INTRODUCTION

            Whether to compensate college-athletes is a tricky topic and has been a long-standing debate that draws many differing opinions and viewpoints. Some argue that a free education is more than enough compensation for college-athletes because colleg...

April 9, 2017

          On March 16, 2017, Aramis Ayala, the first elected state attorney for the state of Florida, announced she would not seek the death penalty against criminal defendants in her jurisdiction, stating: "While I currently do have discretion to pursue death sentence...

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