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Monica C. Bell

Monica C. Bell is a Fellow at the The Justice Collaborative Institute and an Associate Professor of Law at Yale Law School and Associate Professor of Sociology at Yale University. Her areas of study include law and sociology, race and the law, policing and the criminal legal system, welfare and public benefits law, and housing law and residential segregation. Monica’s scholarship aims to center the voices and experiences of people who are most directly affected by these bodies of law and their implementation. Monica’s scholarship has appeared in the Yale Law Journal, NYU Law Review, American Journal of Sociology, Law & Society Review, and other outlets. She has also published writing in popular venues such as the Los Angeles Review of Books and the Washington Post.

The Case for Racism Response Funds – A Collective Response to Racist Acts

Through this mechanism, communities can accept accountability for the racism they allow to flourish by failing to disrupt it. This research and analysis is part of our Discourse series. Discourse is a collaboration between The Appeal, The Justice Collaborative Institute, and Data For Progress. Its mission is to provide expert commentary and rigorous, pragmatic research […]