Finishing Diriliş: Ertuğrul

No movie theaters for the foreseeable future. For the past month, I've been watching Diriliş: Ertuğrul. A season a week. There are 5 seasons for a total of 448 episodes, approximately 45-47 minutes long. We should be done this weekend. This was not an epic, saga, or odyssey. It is in a league of its own. …

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Open Call for Book Chapter Contributions on Islamic Environmental Law

Handbook on Islamic Environmental Law Editors: Nadia Ahmad, Saba Kareemi, and Oluwakemi Ayanleye Islamic Environmental Law is simultaneously a classical legal framework and contemporary approach for environmental protection, human rights, and an earth-centered jurisprudence. This area of the law, while nascent in many respects, but developed in others, may be able to reconcile many global …

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Take Note: Robert Bullard On The Critical Role of Environmental Justice

Except of interview with Dr. Robert Bullard on WPSU: Cheraine Stanford You've done research all around the country showing that for a lot of people of color, poor people, there is a disproportionate number of sort of these negative these things that no one wants in their communities like landfills and toxic chemical plants and …

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Climate Justice Symposium at Loyola Law School

Finalizing my article, Climate Cages: Connecting Migration, the Carceral State, Extinction Rebellion, and the Coronavirus through Cicero and 21 Savage, which was part of the Loyola Law Review's 2020 Symposium. It was also the last conference I attended before COVID-10 went haywire. I have also included updates on the coronavirus. It was a true pleasure …

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Environmental Justice Casebook

In this project with Cliff Villa, Rebecca Bratspies, and Roger Lin, I worked to update the original work by Clifford Rechtschaffen, Eileen Gaua, and Catherine O'Neill. The book was sent to the printers last Friday. Thank you to Carolina Academic Press for the opportunity. Environmental Justice: Law, Policy, and Regulation explores theory and practice in this …

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