You can check out all of our Tea Times with the Jackson Center here, recorded from Facebook Live Thursdays at 3pm, beginning with our most recent Tea Time. This page is updated on Friday afternoons of Tea weeks. If you have a Facebook account, be sure to follow us (@roberthjacksoncenter) to be notified when we go live.

Sylvia Orduño & Michael Tilchin, Chair & Vice Chair of the National Environmental Justice Advisory Council (NEJAC), and Jan Marie Fritz, Ph.D & Steering Committee member for NEJAC

United WE's Wendy D. Doyle, President & CEO

Equality Now's Antonia Kirkland, Global Lead, Legal Equality and Access to Justice, Tsitsi Matekaire, Global Lead, End Sex Trafficking, and Flavia Mwangovya, Global Lead, End Harmful Practices.

Eva Paterson, President & Co-Founder of the Equal Justice Society

Race & Equity with Juan Thomas, Vice-Chair of the American Bar Association Civil Rights & Social Justice Section

Justice Globally & Locally with Elizabeth Andersen, Executive Director, World Justice Project, Leila Sadat, James Carr Professor of International Criminal Law at Washington University School of Law and the Director of the Whitney R. Harris World Law Institute, & Eddie Sundquist, Mayor, Jamestown, NY

Disability Rights with Rebecca Cokley, Director of the Disability Justice Initiative at the Center for American Progress

The Court: Confirmation & What's Next with Washington Post Editor Ruth Marcus

The Indictments with Professor John Q. Barrett

Voting Rights Project with Co-Directors Marcia Johnson-Blanco & Ezra Rosenberg

Dreamers are American with Yale Law School's Worker & Immigrant Rights Advocacy Clinic

Digital Inclusion with Joshua Edmonds, Director of Digital Inclusion for the City of Detroit

What is Justice? with Jon Hanson, the Alan A. Stone Professor of Law & Co-Director of the Systemic Justice Project & the Project on Law and Mind Sciences, Harvard Law School

The Rule of Strong or the Rule of Law with Attorney Riyaz Kanji

Every Living Thing with former Chief Prosecutor of the Special Court of Sierra Leone David Crane

Equity & Technology with a staff panel from The Center for Democracy & Technology

Global Accountability with Executive Director and Chief Counsel of the Global Accountability Network (GAN) Jeff Howell

On the Basis of Sex: LGBTQ+ with Lambda Legal's Senior Counsel & Employment Fairness Project Director Greg Nevins

Prisoners' Rights: Pandemic Justice & Beyond with Professor Margo Schlanger

Report to the President, June 1945 with Professor John Q. Barrett

Access to Justice with New Jersey AG Gurbir Grewal

Advising A Lawless President with Professor William Casto

Human Rights During a Pandemic with Navi Pillay

Executive Power and the Defense Production Act-An Evolution with Professor Stephen Vladeck

Nuremberg's Legacy Today with Jim Johnson

RHJ & HST: Leadership and Accountability with Kurt Graham

What's In a Name with Professor Robert L. Tsai

Power & Fear: Strongmen & The Virus with Professor David Crane

Why Nuremberg? Why Jackson? with Kristan McMahon

The London Agreement & Charter: A Blueprint for Nuremberg with Kristan McMahon