Bertha Justice Institute Program Associate/ Ella Baker Summer Internship Coordinator
An-Tuan Williams is the Bertha Justice Institute Program Associate and Ella Baker Summer Internship Coordinator at the Center for Constitutional Rights. He works on all BJI events and publications, is co-organizer of the BJI’s Freedom Flicks film series, and coordinates the Ella Baker program for law students. He has worked on several projects with CCR, including the Prison Telephone Campaign, Stand Down! – the campaign to end human rights abuse by military contractors, the 100 Days campaign to restore the Constitution, and Communities United for Police Reform. In addition, he is an active member of the Law4BlackLives planning committee. He holds a degree in Paralegal Studies from the City University of New York.