March Round Up: The Best of John Jay on the Internet

“I wanted to show them that they are also superheroes.” – Alumna Tamykah Anthony-Marston launches science workshops for kids inspired by the hit film Black Panther. Read more in Brooklyn Reader.

Blanche Wiesen Cook discusses Eleanor Roosevelt’s love affair with prominent female journalist Lorena Hickok on WNPR.

Joshua Freilich‘s groundbreaking school shooting database is making national news on Law.

Alumnus Luke Feliciano was honored as “Cop of the Month,” reports the Staten Island Advance.

Jodie Roure comments on the rise of domestic violence calls in post-Hurricane Maria Puerto Rico for Christian Science Monitor.

Doctoral student Jason Silva sheds light on the way media coverage on shootings shapes legislation in Undark.

The newest exhibit in the Shiva Gallery on representations of rape is highlighted in the New York Foundation of the Arts blog.

Phillip Atiba Goff defines the term “inclusion rider” for the New York Times. Atiba Goff also comments on the troubling racial and gender disparities of facial recognition technology for WGBH.

Maria Haberfield comments on making stress management mandatory for cops in The Crime Report.

Baz Dreisinger on bringing the highly impactful Prison to College Pipeline project to Jamaica for the St. Lucia Times.

Angelique Corthals offers her opinion on the evaluation of bones linked to Amelia Earhart on Inverse.

Mangai Natarajan on the lack of women leadership in law enforcement for the San Antonio Express-News.

Geert Dhondt says that a study linking violence and football is questionable for Yahoo News.

David Kennedy urges lawmakers to move past antiquated gun laws in an article for Jackson Free Press.

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