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The Cold Case Justice Initiative (CCJI) at the College of Law commemorated over 10 years of seeking justice and accountability for racially motivated crimes during the Civil Rights Era with an awards dinner on Sept. 29 at the college. Professors…
Janis McDonald, a law professor and co-founder of the Cold Case Justice Initiative at Syracuse University, recently spoke with the Associated Press about a racially-inspired murder from the 1940s that remains unsolved to this day. The case has been re-opened…
Paula C. Johnson, professor of law and co-director of the Cold Case Justice Initiative, wrote an op-ed for The Huffington Post entitled Maintaining the Audacity of Hope
The House of Representatives passed S. 2854, the Emmett Till Unsolved Civil Rights Crimes Reauthorization Act of 2016, by voice vote during its evening session on Wednesday, Dec. 7. But unless further action is taken this week by the U.S….
The Cold Case Justice Initiative (CCJI) at the College of Law has learned that the Department of Justice is closing the investigation into the 1964 death of Frank Morris. Through one of its standard, hand-delivered letters, the Cold Case Unit…
Sam and Carol Nappi have given a $250,000 gift in support of the Cold Case Justice Initiative.
Families of Civil Rights Era murder victims come together for SU Cold Case Justice Initiative event in Atlanta
Syracuse University College of Law’s Cold Case Justice Initiative (CCJI) held a series of activities this past Friday and Saturday in Atlanta for the families of victims of unsolved murders in Mississippi and Louisiana dating back to the Civil Rights Era….
SU College of Law’s Cold Case Justice Initiative hosts ‘Never Too Late For Justice’ event April 24 in Atlanta
On April 24, Syracuse University College of Law’s (SU) Cold Case Justice Initiative will host “Never Too Late For Justice” at the Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta.
Mavis Staples, a Grammy Award-nominee, will bring her inspirational music and experiences to Syracuse University on Saturday, Feb. 27.