The Racial Justice program focuses on reimagining systems, institutions, and movements to promote racial and economic equity for all. The program strengthens discourse connecting domestic civil rights to global human rights frameworks and brings together faculty, fellows, students, and the broader University community to collaborate. Racial Justice Fellows will receive a fellowship stipend of $10,000 for the academic year. The fellowship is otherwise unfunded. Applicants are a diverse group of fellows from different disciplines and sectors who would like to design and develop a research project salient to their expertise and the research priorities of the Center. Fellows can be post-docs, scholars, academics on sabbatical, human rights defenders, senior leaders in international organizations, or heads of human rights organizations.