Every summer, the Department of African American Studies sends an undergraduate student intern to work at the Civil Rights and Restorative Justice Project, led by Margaret Burnham at Northeastern University. Sydney Wideman’s, a rising third year student and AFAM minor, joined the CRRJ project this summer on behalf of AFAM.
“Wideman said one of her biggest takeaways from her time with CRRJ will be a newfound understanding of the sheer scale of Jim Crow-era racist violence.”
See the full article below on more information about Sydney Wideman’s internship and CRRJ’s research.
Summer interns support CRRJ’s research and expansion: The Civil Rights and Restorative Justice Project. The Civil Rights and Restorative Justice Project | at Northeastern University School of Law. (2023, August 9). https://crrj.org/efforts/crrj-summer-interns-2023/