Professor Hardaway interviewed in Parents Magazine feature, '6 Black Moms on the Frontlines in the Fight Against Racism'

 Professor Ayesha Bell Hardaway

Professor Ayesha Bell Hardaway, assistant professor of law and director of the law school's Social Justice Law Center, was recently featured in a Parents Magazine article, "6 Black Moms on the Frontlines in the Fight Against Racism."

Featuring the perspectives of black mothers who are authors, non-profit executives and medical and legal professionals, the article outlines their hopes for a better future and lasting change.

For Professor Hardaway, hope for meaningful improvement in racial justice took root in 2013 with the start of the Black Lives Matter movement, stating that, "it's aimed at tearing down systems and practices that have continued to oppress and threaten the lives of Black people despite prior progress. Our young people are demanding it, so I have faith that it will come to pass."

Read the full article on the Parents Magazine website.