Tag Archive: NYC

Some Rest For The Weary

Today marks my 3rd day back to work. I tried to pull off walking without my cane when I first came back from medical leave, but by the time I got back from… Continue reading

Campaign to End Death Penalty: CCNY 4/21/2010

A National Speaking Tour of the Campaign to End the Death Penalty  LYNCHING THEN, LYNCHING NOW: ROOTS OF RACISM AND THE DEATH PENALTY IN THE U.S.   Join us for a teach-in tour… Continue reading

Excuse Me While I Produce More Convicts

There is nothing I fear more than the innocent client. There – I said it.  I hate admitting this, but it’s true.  People ask me constantly “what happens when your client is innocent?”… Continue reading

You Love Cops… Admit it

This past Monday, L’Heureux invited me to a book discussion led by one of his students (follow Dr. L’Heureux Lewis on Twitter). It was held at HueMan Bookstore on Frederick Douglass Blvd, not… Continue reading