Gloria J. Browne-Marshall is an associate professor of constitutional law at John Jay College (CUNY), a legal correspondent and a civil-rights attorney. She has spoken nationally and internationally on the issues of civil rights, gender equality and justice under law. She reports on the U.S. Supreme Court in her award-winning syndicated newspaper column and hosts the weekly radio program "Law of the Land with Gloria J. Browne-Marshall." Gloria has provided commentary for BBC, CNN, CBS, NPR, WVON and C-SPAN. Her most recent book is The Voting Rights War. It examines centuries of voting rights struggles while also telling the story of the civil-rights attorneys who fought for voting rights in court as well as the foot soldiers who paid for justice with their lives. She is the author of Race, Law, and American Society and a playwright.
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Deadly police shootings have led to heightened racial tensions across the nation. Associate professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice Gloria Browne Marshall joins CBSN to discuss.
The world has been closely watching the actions of police in America, especially as they concern African-Americans.
Gloria Browne-Marshall, civil rights attorney and constitutional law professor at John Jay College, joins Arise America with a detailed response to the grand jury decisions that resulted in non-indictments for police officers who killed unarmed African Americans, and created a loud narrative in 2014.
Gloria Browne Marshall, professor at John Jay College, discusses the numerous factors - from the evidence presented to the makeup of the jury - that led to the grand jury's decision not to indict police officer Darren Wilson in the fatal shooting of Michael Brown Jr.
Gloria Browne-Marshall, civil rights attorney and constitutional law professor at John Jay College, talks with Rachel Maddow about what it means when federal agencies get involved in investigations of local police violence.