The Dred Scott Society

A Legal Society for the United Descendants of the Enslaved and Colonized to Gather, to Build, and to Sue for Freedom.

Image: Dred and Harriet Scott


About Us

The Dred Scott Society is a pan-affinity group for all students of color (BIPOC & PGM), regardless of their specific race of nationality, who identify as being descendants of oppressed, colonized, segregated, and enslaved peoples (aka UDEC - United Descendants of the Enslaved and Colonized). It is a space for students of color who have felt the consequences of de jure and de facto white supremacy in their own lives, and who are dedicated to confronting these forces both during and after law school. In short, Dred Scott Society members are committed to using the law, and every tool in our united toolbox, to sue for our collective liberation.









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Our Team

Psalm Brown
Kailyn Gaines
Emma Perez
A. J. Hudson
President or Chair
Faith Lewis
Fernando Rojas
Raymond Fang
Aaron Bryce Lee
Colette Brannan
Juan Luna León
Kevin Chen
Kyra Blas
Liz Jacob
Nketiah Berko


The Dred Scott Society

New Haven CT 06520
United States