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Law of the Land with Gloria J. Browne-Marshall

Law of the Land with Gloria J. Browne-Marshall

By Gloria J. Browne-Marshall
Constitutional scholar, author & activist Prof. Gloria J. Browne-Marshall tackles the legal issues of the day.
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Juneteenth and Manhattan DA Candidate Liz Crotty
Law of the Land with Gloria J. Browne-Marshall, Constitutional Law  Professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice and author of She Took  Justice, continues her series interviewing Manhattan District Attorney  candidates with a conversation with Liz Crotty. Browne-Marshall also talks about Juneteenth, the Supreme Court ruling in the NCAA and student-athlete pay, and the Derek Chauvin sentencing.
57:21
June 23, 2021
Amazon Expose plus Candidate for Manhattan District Attorney Diana Florence
Law of the Land, hosted by Gloria Browne-Marshall, John Jay College of Criminal Justice Professor of Constitutional Law, activist and author of She Took Justice: The Black Woman, Law, and Power – 1619 to 1969. On this episode, Gloria talks about the New York Times expose on Amazon and interviews Candidate for Manhattan District Attorney Diana Florence.
56:53
June 15, 2021
Manhattan District Attorney Candidate Alvin Bragg / 100 Years After the Tulsa Massacre
Law of the Land with Gloria J. Browne-Marshall, Constitutional Law Professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice and author of She Took Justice, welcomes Manhattan District Attorney Candidate Alvin Bragg and also reflects on the 100th anniversary of the Tulsa massacre that decimated Black Wall Street. 
57:13
June 2, 2021
Voting Rights: Where Do We Go From Here?
Gloria J. Browne-Marshall, author of The Voting Rights  War, examines laws posing challenges to American  voters -- especially African-Americans -- from enslavement and woman’s  suffrage through current controversies of voter suppression, including: Grandfather clauses Literacy tests Felony disenfranchisement Photo identification requirements She also looks ahead to challenges that future voters are likely to face, especially after the tumultuous 2020 election. The session is moderated by Josephine McNeil Esq, Social Justice Advocate. Gloria J. Browne-Marshall is the author of many books including She  Took Justice: The Black Woman, Law, and Power; Race, Law, and American  Society: 1607 to Present. She is a Professor of Constitutional Law at  John Jay College (CUNY). Prior to academia, Browne-Marshall litigated  cases for the Southern Poverty Law Center, Community Legal Services and  the NAACP Legal Defense Fund, Inc. She is the recipient of many awards  including the Pulitzer Center grant, Wiley College Woman of Excellence  Award and Frederick Lewis Allen Fellowship. She is a playwright with  seven produced plays; the most recent one being Dreams of Emmett Till. This program is presented in partnership with Historic Newton, is  cosponsored by the League of Women Voters/Newton and is funded in part  by Mass Humanities, an affiliate of the National Endowment for the  Humanities. Any views, findings, conclusions, or recommendations  expressed in this program do not necessarily represent those of the  National Endowment for the Humanities.
01:06:51
May 27, 2021
One year after the killing of George Floyd
Law of the Land with Gloria J. Browne-Marshall, Constitutional Law Professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice and author of She Took Justice, talks about what's changed since the killing of George Floyd.
56:52
May 25, 2021
SHOT: Caught A Soul
Law of the Land with Gloria J. Browne-Marshall, Constitutional Law Professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice and author of She Took Justice, presents an audio rendition of her play; SHOT: Caught a Soul. Directed by Jeffery Thompson Written by Gloria J. Browne-Marshall Technical Editor is Bobby Field Actors: Khalil Addams as Pilgrim as Kareem Mike Timoney as Officer O'Donald Stephanie Berry as Union Rep/Aunt Janice Watch the full video with unedited language at https://vimeo.com/496755244.
32:06
May 21, 2021
Manhattan DA Candidate Tahanie Aboushi
Law of the Land with Gloria J. Browne-Marshall, Constitutional Law Professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice and author of She Took Justice, continues her series interviewing Manhattan District Attorney candidates with a conversation with Tahanie Aboushi.
57:30
May 18, 2021
Manhattan DA Candidate Dan Quart
Law of the Land with Gloria J. Browne-Marshall, Constitutional Law Professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice and author of She Took Justice, welcomes candidate for Manhattan District Attorney Dan Quart.
46:02
May 11, 2021
Manhattan DA Candidate Eliza Orlins
Law of the Land with Gloria J. Browne-Marshall, Constitutional Law Professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice and author of She Took Justice, welcomes Manhattan District Attorney Candidate Eliza Orlins to talk about why she's running and what she hopes to accomplish.
56:17
May 4, 2021
Prosecutors and Criminal Justice Reform
Law of the Land with Gloria J. Browne-Marshall, Constitutional Law Professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice and author of She Took Justice, talks about the role prosecutors play in the criminal justice system and how they can push reform.
57:12
April 27, 2021
Dreams of Emmett Till / George Floyd
Law of the Land with Gloria J. Browne-Marshall, Constitutional Law Professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice and author of She Took Justice, talks about her new play Dreams of Emmett Till and the Derek Chauvin Trial for the killing of George Floyd. Register to watch the play at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-world-premiere-of-dreams-of-emmett-till-tickets-145932824005
57:03
April 7, 2021
Supreme Court Voting Rights Case+
Law of the Land with Gloria J. Browne-Marshall, Constitutional Law Professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice and author of She Took Justice talks about the Supreme Court case on voting rights in Arizona and takes calls from listeners.
57:34
March 2, 2021
Voting Rights with Jarret Berg
Law of the Land with Gloria J. Browne-Marshall, Constitutional Law Professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice and author of She Took Justice, talks about Voting Rights with Jarret Berg of VoteEarlyNY.org.
56:41
February 24, 2021
Racial Disparity in Criminal Justice: Black History Month and Impeachment
Law of the Land with Gloria J. Browne-Marshall, Constitutional Law Professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice and author of She Took Justice, talks Black History Month and the Second Impeachment of Donald Trump.
51:19
February 11, 2021
The Legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr.
Law of the Land with Gloria J. Browne-Marshall, Constitutional Law Professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice and author of She Took Justice commemorates Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.
55:51
January 19, 2021
Capitol Lynch Mob with Dr. James McIntosh
Law of the Land with Gloria J. Browne-Marshall, Constitutional Law Professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice and author of She Took Justice, welcomes Dr. James McIntosh to talk about the Capitol Lynch mob, Trump’s mental disability and the 25th Amendment.
55:32
January 13, 2021
State Pardons and Clemency
Law of the Land with Gloria J. Browne-Marshall, Constitutional Law Professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice and author of She Took Justice, welcomes Khalil Cumberbatch to talk about State Pardons and Clemency.
54:48
January 5, 2021
Covid-19 Vaccines, Variants and Unequal Treatment
Law of the Land with Gloria J. Browne-Marshall, Constitutional Law Professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice and author of She Took Justice, talks about the Covid-19 Vaccine, Variants of the coronavirus and a powerful plea for help with Dr. Candace Johnson.
56:29
December 29, 2020
The Electoral College and SCOTUS case Tanvin v. Tanvir
Law of the Land with Gloria J. Browne-Marshall, Constitutional Law Professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice and author of She Took Justice, talks about the SCOTUS case Tanvin v. Tanvir, which found against the FBI for putting American-Muslim men on the No Fly list. She also explains the Electoral College.
46:34
December 15, 2020
International Human Rights Day
Law of the Land with Gloria J. Browne-Marshall, Professor of Constitutional Law at John Jay College of Criminal Justice welcomes Michael Cooper, Esq. for a commemoration of International Human Rights Day. 
49:44
December 10, 2020
SCOTUS on Religion and Covid-19 Restrictions plus Fake Voter Fraud Claims
Law of the Land with Gloria Browne-Marshall, John Jay College of Criminal Justice Professor of Constitutional Law talks about the Supreme Court ruling on Religious Freedom and Covid in New York, plus the myth of voter fraud and soon to be former President Trump.
53:41
December 1, 2020
Phony Voter Fraud Cases and Covid-19 Vaccines
Law of the Land with Gloria Browne-Marshall (Professor of Constitutional Law at John Jay College of Criminal Justice) talks about phony claims of voter fraud in the presidential election and the vaccines for Covid-19.
53:20
November 24, 2020
Election Day 2020 - Law of the Land
Law of the Land with John Jay College Constitutional Law Professor Gloria Browne-Marshall brings on the Honorable Eric Adams, Brooklyn Borough President to talk about Election Day 2020 and what the city can expect.
55:33
November 3, 2020
Early Voting in New York and New Jersey and Voting Rights for All
Law of the Land with Gloria Browne-Marshall, a constitutional law professor at John Jay College, welcomes Jarret Berg (VoteEarlyNY) to talk about New Yorkers voting early and Linda McDonald Carter (Essex County College, American Bar Association) to talk about voting rights for everyone.
41:55
October 27, 2020
Prosecutorial Reform and the new play, "SHOT"
Law of the Land with John Jay College Constitutional Law Professor Gloria Browne-Marshall welcomes Manuel Gomez, a private  detective and expert on Prosecutorial Reform Legislation. Also, Dr. Kim Westcott  discusses Full-Participation.org Conference & Arts Fest and the play  “SHOT” by Gloria J. Browne-Marshall.
54:42
October 22, 2020
RBG, Voting Rights (Guest: Jarret Berg), and the Start of School
On Law of the Land with Gloria Browne-Marshall, Constitutionlal Law Professor Browne-Marshall (John Jay College of Crminal Justice), talks about Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg, Voting Rights, and the Opening of Public Schools. She is joined by guest Jarret Berg from  VoteEarlyNY.org.
54:56
September 22, 2020
Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Your Thoughts on Her Life and Legacy
In this episode of Law of the Land with Gloria J. Browne-Marshall, Constitutional Law Professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice Browne-Marshall talks with listeners about the life and legacy of RBG, Ruth Bader Ginsberg, after the passing Friday, September 18, 2020 of the Supreme Court Justice.
52:57
September 21, 2020
What the Breonna Taylor Settlement Does and Doesn't Mean
In this episode of Law of the Land with Gloria J. Browne-Marshall, a Constitutional Law Professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice talks about the Breonna Taylor settlement and what it says about how we deal with police violence.
54:51
September 18, 2020
Freedom of the Press and Covid-19
Law of the Land with Gloria J. Browne-Marshall, Constitutional Law Professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice. This episode features Ramona S. Diaz. Director of “A Thousand Cuts” documentary film and Chrisline Pierre, research intern on The Report on the Status of Black  Women and Girls(r) 2020.
51:33
September 18, 2020
An Unauthorized Pyschoanalysis of Donald Trump
Law of the Land  host Gloria Browne-Marshall, Constitutional Law Professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice welcomes Dr. James McIntosh,  Doctor of Psychiatry at Harlem Hospital for a discussion of the legacy of the 25th Amendment and an "unauthorized psychoanalysis of Donald Trump,"
53:24
August 4, 2020
Remembering Rev. Dr. CT Vivian, Prosecutor Reform, AG Bill Barr, and more on Covid-19
John Jay College Constitutional Law Professor Gloria Browne-Marshall host the latest episode of Law of the Land with discussions on: Why criminal justice reform of  police departments must include reform of prosecutor powers.  Attorney General William Barr testifying before the House Judiciary Committee about abuse of power allegations related to federal attacks on  protesters.  Dr. Candace Johnson discusses re-opening amidst Covid-19,  backlash against masks, and vaccine issues.  Plus a tribute to Rev. Dr. CT  Vivian, recipient of the Congressional Medal of Honor, civil rights  icon, scholar and gentleman. Rev. Vivian was a friend to Browne-Marshall and wrote the foreword  to her book “The Voting Rights War.”
57:01
July 28, 2020
Major Supreme Court Decisions and Safely Re-Opening Under Covid-19
Gloria Browne-Marshall, Constitutional Law Professor at John Jay College  of Criminal Justice, hosts the latest episode of The Law of the Land, featuring Dr. Candace Johnson. to talk recent US Supreme Court decisions and staying safe as the U.S. re-opens as well as Manuel Gomez to talk about Prosecutorial Reform & New York State Bill #5947 which seeks to establish a department of civilian justice.
55:14
July 14, 2020
Law of the Land with Gloria Browne-Marshall
Gloria Browne-Marshall, Constitutional Law Professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, hosts the latest episode of The Law of the Land, featuring guests Dennis Bradley,Connecticut State Senator and Dr Terrance Ruth, a Lecturer at N.C. State.
52:33
June 23, 2020
Lynching and Prosecutorial Reform
Law of the Land with host Gloria Browne-Marshall, a constitutional law professor at John Jay College, explores Lynching and Prosecutorial Reform.  Read her NBC Think op ed at https://www.nbcnews.com/think/opinion/george-floyd-s-killing-minnesota-still-hasn-t-gotten-anti-ncna1230946 Her guests for this episode include Phillip Dray, author of "At the Hands of Persons  Unknown"; Lucy Lang, Director of the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution  at John Jay College; and Private Investigator Manuel Gomez on  Office Civilian Justice proposed legislation.
54:07
June 18, 2020
The Police Killing of Black People, from 60's Protests to George Floyd
Law of the Land host Gloria Browne-Marshall, Constitutional Law Professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, author, and activist, hosts Guest: Herb Boyd, a writer, activist, and professor to talk about George Floyd's death and protests in 1960s and today over police killing of Black people.
50:47
June 10, 2020
The Murder of George Floyd
Law of the Land host Gloria J. Browne-Marshall, Constitutional Law Professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice talks about the Murder of George Floyd in Minnesota, the ensuing protests, and the anti-protest government action with guests Gail Garfield, Ph.D. (Sociologist, John Jay College) and Manuel Gomez (Private Investigator).
52:16
June 2, 2020
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52:12
May 28, 2020
How Racism Impacted the Suffrage Movement
Law of the Land's Gloria Browne-Marshall, Constitutional Law Professor at John Jay College spoke at the 2019  Harding Symposium at Ohio State Marion to commemorate the 100th anniversary of America's entry into the Great War, WWI.  Her talk was entitled, "How Racism Impacted the Suffrage Movement."
01:10:49
May 8, 2020
Health Disparities and Voting Rights
Law of the Land's Gloria Browne-Marshall, Professor of Constitutional Law John Jay College discusses Health Disparities and Covid-19 with Dr. Candace Johnson.  discusses African American health disparities.  Johnson is Professor of Nursing and Public Health at Virginia Commonwealth  University. She then speaks with Jarret Berg, Esq, about voting reforms in New York State. Berg is founder of Vote Early New York.
41:17
May 6, 2020
400 Years of Perseverance: the Legal Implications of the 1619 African Arrival
Law of the Land's Gloria J. Browne-Marshall, Professor of Constitutional Law, John Jay College of Criminal Justice,  marks the 400th anniversary of the African arrival in the Virginia Colony, 1619 - 2019, as recorded by John Rolfe at The New York City Bar Association November 7, 2019.  Jamestown, VA, founded in 1607, is seen as the cornerstone of America. The African knowledge about farming, livestock and metal works was crucial to the survival of Jamestown and the Virginia Colony. However, the legal contribution of Africans in the Colony provides pivotal insights into criminal justice, voting rights, inheritance,  citizenship, religion and racial disparities with vestiges that can be seen today. Professor Browne-Marshall discusses the controversy around the legal status of Africans in the colony, early freedom lawsuits and the intricacies of legislation leading to chattel enslavement.
51:38
May 1, 2020
Landlord/Tenant Laws under COVID-19 - Plus Pandemic in France
Law of the Land's Gloria Browne-Marshall, Constitutional Law Professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice speaks about "Landlord/Tenant Laws and COVID-19" with Autrey Johnson, Esq. and heads across the pond to talk about the "Pandemic in France" with Nita Wiggins (in Paris).
54:36
April 30, 2020
Riverside Church Prison Ministry's 40th Anniversary Celebration
Law of the Land's Gloria Browne-Marshall speaks about mass incarceration from a historical perspective to honor the 40th anniversary of Riverside Church's Prison Ministry (November 8, 2013).
20:27
April 24, 2020
Practicing Law in a Pandemic
Law of the Land with Gloria Browne-Marshall looks at the challenges facing attorneys, courts, clients, and law students during this coronavirus shut down as we all pause in an effort to save lives. Guests: Jawan Finley, Esq; Monica Dula, Esq.
54:20
April 22, 2020
People of Color and the Pandemic
Gloria J. Browne-Marshall welcome David Mark Greaves and Bernice  Greene, co-editors, "Our Time Press" and "Allan Wernick of CUNY  Citizenship Now! to talk about  "People of Color and the Pandemic" on the latest episode of Law of the Land
56:00
April 14, 2020
Reflections on 1619 - Ongoing Discrimination and the Native American Welcome
Law of the Land with Gloria J. Browne-Marshall brings you this Post-400th Virginia Commemoration, a look at ongoing discrimination and the Native  American welcome of African-Americans to this land. Special guest Dr. Cassandra  Newby-Alexander from Norfolk State U.
55:37
April 6, 2020
Reflections on 1619 - Commemorating the African Arrival in Virginia with Dr. Cassandra Newby-Alexander
Law of the Land's Gloria J. Browne Marshall marks the 400th Commemoration of the African Arrival in Virginia 1619.  This national event features Dr. Cassandra Newby-Alexander form Norfolk State U. Event date: August 20, 2019.
54:04
April 5, 2020
Reflections on 1619 - Voting Rights and Apathy plus Andrew Young
Law of the Land's Gloria J. Browne-Marshall look at voting rights and apathy in light of 1619. Then brings us an interview with former Ambassador and activist Andrew Young.
54:41
April 4, 2020
Is Law School For You? with Deborah Martin Owens
Law of the Land, with John Jay College Constitutional Law Professor, Author, and Activist Gloria J. Browne Marshall welcomes Deborah Martin Owens to discuss when law school would be the right choice for you.
53:02
April 3, 2020
Coronavirus Dims the Lights on Broadway with Victoria Bailey
On this episode of Law of the Land, Gloria J. Browne Marshall talks about the shut-down of New York City theaters and the coronavirus with Victoria Bailey, Executive Director of TDF, an NYC arts nonprofit.
53:22
April 1, 2020
The Virus and Our Legal Rights
John Jay College of Criminal Justice Professor Gloria J. Browne-Marshall talks about coronavirus COVID-19 and its impact on our legal rights.
52:01
March 24, 2020
The Virus and Voting Rights with guest Jarret Berg
John Jay College of Criminal Justice Professor Gloria J. Browne-Marshall talks about corona virus COVID-19 and the impact it is having on voting rights in America. She is joined by guest Jarret Berg, a New York attorney and voting rights advocate co-founder of VoteEarlyNY.org.
54:03
March 18, 2020
Coronavirus with Dr. Sayira Madad
John Jay College of Criminal Justice Professor Gloria J. Browne-Marshall talks about the corona virus with Dr. Sayira Madad, Senior Director, System-wide Special Pathogens Program Office of New York City Public Healthcare system, the largest in the U.S.
52:27
March 11, 2020
Immigration with Allan Wernick
Professor Gloria J. Browne-Marshall talks about immigration with Allan Wernick, Director of CUNY Citizenship NOW!
54:44
February 26, 2020
Voter Supression with Sean Morales-Doyle
John Jay College of Criminal Justice Professor Gloria J. Browne-Marshall talks with Sean Morales-Doyle, of the Brennan Center at New York University, about Voting Rights and Voter Suppression Tactics. 
56:28
January 29, 2020