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The Robert H. Jackson Center is pleased to present "The Fight for Justice," a two-day event commemorating the Anniversary of Korematsu v. U.S.
Join us on Saturday, May 11, 2019 at the Spring Creek Fire Hall for a presentation by Rose Pregler, 2018 RHJC summer intern and graduating Mercyhurst University Senior on her research of the Jackson family farmstead in Spring Creek, PA.
2017 RHJC summer intern Abigail Johnson, Allegheny College Class of 2018, examines International Law and the Balfour Declaration.
2017 RHJC summer intern Aaron Borger, Pennsylvania Class of 2018, examines Justice Jackson's opinions in West Virginia v. Barnette and Dennis v. United States.
A Model for Courage: The Life of Charles Goodell explores the life of the Jamestown-born politician who ascended to the U.S. Senate in a time of crisis only to lose his seat for standing up for what was right.
“A Loaded Weapon: Photographic Perspectives on the Japanese American Internment Camps of World War II”, the exhibit is part of the Jackson Center’s ongoing series of rotating exhibits exploring current events and challenges through the lens of Justice Jackson’s life and work.
Robert Houghwout Jackson
United States Solicitor General (1938-1940)
United States Attorney General (1940-1941)
Associate Justice, United States Supreme Court (1941-1954)
Chief United States Prosecutor, Nuremberg Trial (1945-1946)
The mission of the Robert H. Jackson Center is to advance public awareness and appreciation of the principles of justice and the rule of law as embodied in the achievements and legacy of Robert H. Jackson, U.S. Supreme Court Justice and Chief U.S. Prosecutor at Nuremberg.
There are no employment opportunities available at this time at the Jackson Center.