Gloria J. Browne-Marshall ~Tonight at 8pm Join Constitutional Law Professor, Gloria J. Browne-Marshall on The Gist of Freedom blog talk radio show as she explains the road to Justice for Trayvon Martin. Gloria J. Browne-Marshall received the Ida B. Wells-Barnett Justice Award for her work with civil rights and women's justice issues. Her forthcoming book is titled "Black Women: Salem Witch Trials to Civil Rights Activists - A Legal History."GLORIA J. BROWNE-MARSHALL New York City Guest The Gist of Freedom Gloria J. Browne-Marshall, JD/MA, is the author of Race, Law, and American Society: 1607 to Present. Her most recent work is The U.S. Constitution: An African-American Context. She is the author of The Constitution: Major Cases and Conflicts. She is an Associate Professor of Constitutional Law at John Jay College (CUNY) where she teaches Constitutional Law, Race and the Law, and Evidence. She is also a member of the faculty of the Graduate Center of CUNY and the Gender Studies program faculty of John Jay College. Formerly a civil rights attorney, she litigated Civil Rights and Public Law cases for the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc., Community Legal Services (Philadelphia), and Southern Poverty Law Center. Her academic work and advocacy focus on the protection of vulnerable groups under Constitutional and International law. She speaks on these issues locally, nationally, and internationally. Gloria Browne-Marshall is the Founder/Director of The Law and Policy Group, Inc.. (L&PG, Inc.), a community think tank. The L&PG produces analyses of laws and policies affecting the lives of vulnerable groups including the only national report on the state of Black females in America, the "Report on the Status of Black Women and Girls(r)." She is an award-winning playwright. Seven of her plays have been produced. She writes under the name Gloria J. Browne. (see bibliograp