Eradicating Student Debt: $39 Billion Loans Forgiven, Reshaping the Path to Social Mobility

In an extraordinary wave of financial liberation, the sum of $39 billion in loans has evaporated for more than 800,000 dedicated borrowers who have been entwined in the grip of repayment for two long decades or more. Like a financial lifeline thrown to those floundering in a sea of debt, over the course of a mere two years, relief has been granted to over 3 million borrowers, totaling a staggering $116 billion rescue package.

Persistence in Pursuit of Tulsa Race Massacre Justice: An Unfolding Legal Drama

Despite Judge Wall’s dismissal of the Randle v. City of Tulsa case, the legal team, led by Schulte Roth & Zabel and Damario Solomon-Simmons, continues to seek justice for the survivors of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre. Their fight focuses on the enduring racial and economic disparities that exist in Tulsa’s Black community as a direct consequence of the massacre.