Your support of the Thelton E. Henderson Center for Social Justice makes it possible for this innovative center to produce and foster creative scholarship that examines the law through a lens of social justice.
The Henderson Center is the hub of Berkeley Law’s active, diverse, and ever-growing social justice community.
Your support enables the center to connect students, professors, lawyers, activists, and thinkers across and beyond campus to make relevant, vibrant conversations about law, power, equity, subordination, and privilege part of intellectual and social life at Berkeley Law. The center organizes symposia, workshops, teach-ins, and mentorship opportunities for social justice students. It supports students’ summer public interest work and administers two certificates that recognize students who complete focused curriculums through the Race and Law Certificate and the Public Interest and Social Justice Certificate.
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