Click below for video recordings of CAP’s course, “Art of Social Change: Child Welfare, Education, and Juvenile Justice,” offered in spring 2019. Please note that some portions of particular videos have been edited.
Class 2 (Feb. 7): Early Childhood Adversity and Its Life-Long Impact on Brain and Behavioral Development
Charles Nelson, Professor of Pediatrics, Neuroscience and Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School; Professor of Education, Harvard University; Richard David Scott Chair in Pediatric Developmental Medicine Research, Boston Children’s Hospital
Class 3 (Feb. 14): Lawyering for Youth
Frank Vandervort, Clinical Professor of Law, Univ. of Michigan Law School
Vineesha Sow, Staff Attorney, Health Law Advocates, Inc.
[David Deakin, Assistant District Attorney and Chief, Family Protection and Sexual Assault Bureau, Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office] Recording not available.
Class 4 (Feb. 21): Child Welfare Challenges: The Use and Misuse of Science in Connection with Abusive Head Trauma (Shaken Baby Syndrome)
[Sameer Sabir, Founder, Rehma Fund for Children; CEO of SevenOaks Biosystems] Recording not available.
Dr. Sandeep Narang, Division Head, Child Abuse Pediatrics, Ann & Robert H Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago; and Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Northwestern Feinberg School of Medicine
Martha Coakley, Partner at Foley Hoag LLP; and former Attorney General of Massachusetts
Class 5 (Feb. 28): Education: Homeschooling: Pros, Cons & Future Directions
James E. Dwyer, Arthur B. Hansen Professor of Law, William & Mary Law School
Meira Levinson, Professor of Education, Harvard Graduate School of Education
Class 6 (Mar. 7): Education: Integration and Related Strategies to Improve Disadvantaged Schools
Richard Kahlenberg, Senior Fellow, The Century Foundation
[Richard Carranza, Chancellor, New York City Department of Education] Recording not available.
Class 7 (Mar. 14): Education: Systemic Reform Litigation, Policy Advocacy, and Community Organizing
John Affeldt, Managing Attorney, Public Advocates, Inc.
Katy Nuñez-Adler, Community Organizer, Oakland Community Organizations
Class 9 (April 4): Education & Juvenile Justice: Educating Incarcerated Youth
Lynette Tannis, Educational Consultant; Adjunct Lecturer on Education, Harvard Graduate School of Education
Christy Sampson-Kelly, Director of Schools, Center for Educational Excellence in Alternative Settings
Class 10 (April 11): Immigration: Some Responses to Trump Era Policies
Jacqueline Bhabha, Professor of the Practice of Health and Human Rights, FXB Center for Health and Human Rights, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health; Lecturer of Law, Harvard Law School; and Adjunct Lecturer, Harvard Kennedy School
[Brad Karp, Chairman, Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison, LLP] Recording not available.
Class 12 (Apr. 25): Juvenile Justice: Approaches to Reforming Juvenile Justice Institutions
[Judith Edersheim, JD, MD, Founding Co-Director, The MGH Center for Law, Brain, and Behavior; Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School; Attending Psychiatrist in the Department of Psychiatry, Massachusetts General Hospital] Recording not available.
Karli Keator, Director, National Center for Youth Opportunity and Justice