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The African American Policy Forum is hosted as part of the Center for Intersectionality and Social Policy Studies (CISPS) at Columbia Law School.
Established in 2011, the Center for Intersectionality and Social Policy Studies at Columbia Law School will serve as a global focal point for the development, articulation, and application of intersectionality as both a theoretical framework and a cogent practice in law, human rights, and social justice advocacy.
The first such center of its kind, its research projects and initiatives will bring together scholars and practitioners from law, sociology, feminist and gender studies, human rights, social justice, and other fields to explore the relationship of intersectionality to their work, to shape more effective remedies, and to promote greater collaboration between and across social movements.
As an interdisciplinary hub, the center will partner on projects with the African American Policy Forum, a think tank housed at Columbia Law School, as well as with a variety of other centers and institutes both within the Law School and across the University.
THE AFRICAN AMERICAN POLICY FORUM
Center for Intersectionality and Social Policy Studies (CISPS) at Columbia Law School
435 W 116th Street
New York, NY
T (212) 854 8041
Interested academics or policy advocates may apply to be visiting fellows with the Center. International or domestic scholars and advocates are welcome to apply. Columbia University undergraduate and graduate students with an interest in working with the Center may apply for research assistant positions for independent study credit, or for work study or other compensation depending on availability. Students at other New York City institutions may also apply for unpaid intern positions.
The director of the center is Professor Kimberlé Williams Crenshaw.
For more information on working with the Center, or to inquire about any openings, please write to email@example.com