Chairs: Shania Bunbury, Alexis Yeboah-Kodie, and Dennis Ojogho
The Powerfully Utilizing Law School Educations for Political and Social Justice Committee, or P.U.LS.E., spearheads the Harvard Black Law Students Association’s organizing and movement building efforts. The Committee coordinates strategies and formulates position statements to advance the goals and interests of the Association. Having fostered relationships with national and Boston-based organizations including Reclaim Roxbury, Families for Justice as Healing, and MissionSAFE, P.U.L.S.E. plans events that center the social, political, and legal issues affecting the Black community, including large-scale voter outreach, socio-economic rights, and racial justice efforts. Simply put, the Committee stays on the pulse of relevant political and social issues of our time.