The Harvard Center for African Studies has compiled the following resources and materials from the Harvard community and our partners on the ongoing #EndSARS protest movement in Nigeria.
The Harvard African Law Association (HALA) has offered its unequivocal support for the protests happening in Nigeria, Namibia, and The Democratic Republic of Congo. They have put together a list of resources available at: https://orgs.law.harvard.edu/hala/statements/statement-on-2020-protests-endsars-shutitalldown-congoisbleeding/
The Harvard Human Rights Journal at Harvard Law School has published an online journal article by Allwell Uwazuruike, Lecturer in Law, University of Central Lancashire, titled #EndSARS: The Movement Against Police Brutality in Nigeria: https://harvardhrj.com/2020/11/endsars-the-movement-against-police-brutality-in-nigeria/#_ftn1
A recent op-ed in The Harvard Crimson by Marissa Joseph ’23 and Tolulope Olasewere ’22 titled The Fight Against Police Brutality Is Global draws comparisons between police brutality in the Unites States and Nigeria: https://www.thecrimson.com/article/2020/10/20/joseph-olasewere-police-brutality-global/
The African Studies Association in collaboration with the Nigerian Studies Association held a panel discussion on Contextualizing #EndSARS: A Discussion 2020: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uPey30Vaqdk
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