#EndSARS Resources

November 19, 2020

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 College Nigerian Students Association has provided resources for #EndSARS and is organizing a panel discussion on Fri, Nov 20: https://www.facebook.com/HarvardNSA/

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


If you are a student, faculty member, affiliate, or alumni of Harvard and wish to submit additional resources for this page, please contact us at africa@harvard.edu.