Tonight at 8pm Join Constitution 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."
A former civil rights attorney, Browne-Marshall is an Associate Professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice (CUNY) teaching Constitutional Law, Race and the Law, and Evidence. She is a member of the Gender Studies faculty of John Jay College as well as a member of the bar of the Supreme Court of the United States.
Active nationally and internationally, Gloria J. Browne-Marshall is a member of the United Nations Association of NY, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., and the Women's City Club.
A free-lance journalist and an award-winning playwright, her most recent play is titled "Diversity" and examines marriage choices. Her other plays include the full-length drama on Alzheimer's disease "My Juilliard," one act plays "Jeanine" and "Waverly Place" as well as the full-length murder mystery "Killing Me Softly." She is a member of the Dramatist Guild, Mystery Writers of America, National Association of Black Journalists, and PEN American Center.
Gloria J. Browne-Marshall is the Founder/Director of The Law and Policy Group, Inc., a nonprofit organization. The Law and Policy Group, Inc. is a think tank for the community which produces the "Report on the Status of Black Women and Girls(R)," the only annual national report on the state of Black females in America.