Presentation: “Channeling the River: Using Social and Cognitive Science to Steer Inclusion Efforts”


As of April, 900 people have listened to my presentation, Channeling the River: Using Social and Cognitive Science to Steer Inclusion Efforts. Here’s a brief description: In 2012, I was running Brooklyn Law School’s student newspaper when the school’s New York Bar Exam pass rate dropped for the third year in a row. No one knew … Continue reading Presentation: “Channeling the River: Using Social and Cognitive Science to Steer Inclusion Efforts”

A Quick Rundown on the United States


The United States is a country of countries. Don’t believe me? Check the dictionary:   And now, “country.”   Not convinced? The colonies that became the United States first created the Continental Congress via a document titled the Articles of Association, stating We, his majesty’s most loyal subjects, the delegates of the several colonies . . . deputed … Continue reading A Quick Rundown on the United States