It Can Be Stopped

Emory University Professor of Law Frank Alexander is the Founding Director for the Center for the Study of Law and Religion, and the Director of Policy and Research at the Center for Community Progress. Here Alexander discusses the use of land banks in the effort to rebuild communities.

Becoming Stewards of the Land

Emory University Professor of Law Frank Alexander is the Founding Director for the Center for the Study of Law and Religion, and the Director of Policy and Research at the Center for Community Progress. Here Alexander discusses the need for change in the way we view land.

Kit of Tools

Emory University Professor of Law Frank Alexander is the Founding Director for the Center for the Study of Law and Religion, and the Director of Policy and Research at the Center for Community Progress. Here Alexander discusses land banks created by local and state government.

Will Polarization Lead to Changes in the American Political System

Removing obstacles to majority rule in the Senate, such as the filibuster, may be necessary as American politics continue to fracture into increasingly opposed parties according to Emory University political scientist Alan Abramowitz.