Jodie Roure, PhD, JD

Jodie Roure, PhD, JD

Associate Professor, Project Investigator, & Founding Director of CUNY BMI Rising Scholars of Justice Program & JJC University of Houston Law Center Pre-law Pipeline Program
Phone number: 
212.237.8672
Room number and address: 
524 W59th St, Room 8.63.05NB, New York, NY 10019

Education

PhD, University of Buffalo, State University of New York, Buffalo, NY

Juris Doctorate, Western New England University School of Law, Springfield, MA

Bachelor of Arts, Douglass College, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ

Bio

Jodie G. Roure, JD, PhD, has been at John Jay College since 2000 and is an Associate Professor in the Latin American and Latinx Studies Department at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CUNY, where she has taught since 2002. She was a Special End Mass Incarceration Campaign Fellow with the American Civil Liberties Union. After Hurricanes Irma and Maria devastated Puerto Rico, Dr. Roure led Doctors for Maria Relief to aid victims of natural disasters in Puerto Rico and elsewhere in the Caribbean. The humanitarian aid medical relief effort post hurricane Maria provided medical, food, and other donation relief efforts throughout Puerto Rico in October 2017 with over 25 doctors, nurses, and other volunteers from across the United States. Dr. Roure also served as a Scholar in Residence at the InterAmerican University School of Law, Puerto Rico, from 2012-2013. She taught and worked with the Puerto Rico Judicial System on a study of the processing of domestic violence cases.  She teaches domestic violence/gender rights, criminal justice, international human rights, international criminal justice, race, class, and ethnicity in the United States, and Latinx Studies. 

Dr. Roure is also the John Jay College Founder, Project Investigator, and Director of the CUNY BMI Rising Scholars of Justice Program housed in the LLS Department (formerly the Ronald H. Brown Law School Prep Program at JJC) & Director of the University of Houston Law Center Pre-Law Pipeline Program at John Jay College.  For over 20 years, she has assisted in securing the admissions and matriculation of hundreds of low-income and underrepresented students into law school and graduate school with millions in combined scholarship awards.  Committed to diversifying the legal profession, Dr. Roure works with numerous law schools across the country to create diversity pipeline programs. She has worked with the University at Buffalo's Discover Law Program, the St. John's University School of Law Prelaw Pipeline Program, Western New England University School of Law, and many more to develop undergraduate prelaw pipeline programs. She partakes in the summer law school offerings and provides year-long individualized student support to participating students.  The CUNY BMI Rising Scholars of Justice Program, a Diversity Prelaw Pipeline Program, offers a variety of governmental &  non-governmental legal internships exposing students to all areas of the law year-round by providing consistent holistic support and targeted assistance with the law school application process.  In 2020, 13 students in the program were accepted to over 45 law schools with a combined scholarship of $4.5 million. For updates, see https://risingscholarsofjustice.weebly.com/

Dr. Roure extensively researches human rights, including violence against women.  She has focused her research on violence against women and girls in Brasil, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Cuba, and the United States, the case studies for the book she is currently writing.  Dr. Roure is an expert witness and global government consultant in this area. Her related work appears on CNN, CNN Español, Telemundo, Brut, PBS, Eyewitness News NYC, and many other national and international TV/media and newspaper articles.  She also conducts extensive research on pipeline education, race, class, ethnicity, and gender in the United States with a global comparative perspective as a means of eradicating poverty globally.  She frequently presents at the United Nations.  Her UN presentation highlights include the UN Commission on the Status Against Women 57, 59, and 61, 62 & 63, as well as at the UN International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, moderating at the UN General Assembly 68 on State Responsibility for Eliminating Violence Against, and she has provided educational training at the UN International Criminal Court on the Approaches to Gender Based Prosecution and Prison Project Studies.

Dr. Roure's publication highlights include Roure, J., The Reemergence Of Barriers During Crises & Natural Disasters: Gender-Based Violence Spikes Among Women & LGBTQ+ Persons During Confinement. (Seton Hall Journal of Diplomacy and International Relations. Volume XXI, Number 2, Spring/Summer 2020) (April 2020).; J. G. Immigrant Women, Domestic Violence, and Hurricanes Irma and Maria in Puerto Rico: Compounding the Violence for the Most Vulnerable, Georgetown Journal of Gender and the Law, Vol. 20, Issue 3 (Spring 2019); Roure, J. G. Gender Justice in Puerto Rico: Domestic Violence, Legal Reform and International Human Rights. Human Rights Quarterly (The John Hopkins University Press) (August 2011); Roure, J. G. Domestic Violence in Brazil: Examining Obstacles and Approaches to Promote Legislative Reform. Columbia Human Rights Law Review (Fall 2009).; Roure, J. Achieving Education Equity and Access for Underrepresented Students in the Legal Profession. Temple Political and Civil Rights Law Review (Fall 2009).; Roure, J. The NCLB, Race, Ethnicity, Class, and Diversity: Creating a High School to Law/Graduate School Pipeline for Underrepresented Students. In M. Dyson. Ed. Our Promise: Achieving Educational Equity for America's Children. Durham, North Carolina: Carolina Academic Press.; Roure, J.G. Book Review of C. R. Soltero. Latinos and American Law: Landmark Supreme Court Cases. Texas: University of Texas Press 2006. Centro: Journal of the Center for Puerto Rican Studies XX (1): 249-52.;  Roure, J.G. Domestic Violence in Latin America: Implementing International Human Rights Law and Principles. (Work-In-Progress).

Dr. Jodie G. Roure graduated from Douglass College, Rutgers University, with a Bachelor of Arts in English and a minor in Spanish.  She is a former United States Supreme Court intern.  She obtained her Juris Doctor from Western New England University School of Law in Massachusetts, where she serves on the Dean's Advisory Council. She also studied International Human Rights Law Protection in San Jose, Costa Rica, at the University of Costa Rica Law School.  In Costa Rica, she spent time among the Bri Bri Indigenous tribe.  She obtained her Ph.D. at the University at Buffalo-SUNY in Transnational Studies, majoring in Intercultural Studies and International Human Rights, where she serves on the Dean's Advisory Council.  Dr. Roure is an Arturo A. Schomburg Fellow.  Her doctoral dissertation is entitled International Human Rights Law as a Resource in Combating Domestic Violence: Transcending Legal, Social and Cultural Obstacles in Brasil and the United States. 

Dr. Roure has received many distinguishing awards. In 2022, Dr. Roure received four national recognitions for her diversity pipeline work and commitment to social justice and global human rights, including the Franklin H. William Judicial Commission Pipeline to Equity in Legal Education and the Profession Award, the University of Notre Dame School of Law Graciela Olivarez Award for Outstanding Commitment to Service to the Hispanic Legal Community, the Latino Judges Association's Honorable Frank Torres Award for her Commitment to Diversity, and the Western New England University School of Law Distinguished Alumni Award for significant contributions not only to the legal profession but to society as a whole.

Prior to John Jay College, she worked for the Administrative Office of the New Jersey State Judiciary, the University at Buffalo, State University of New York, where she now resides as a Board Member on the Dean's Advisory Council, and at Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey Campus. 

JJC Affiliations

Project Investigator and Founding Director, CUNY BMI Rising Scholars of Justice Program and Director of the University of Houston Prelaw Program at JJC

Professional Memberships

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

  • Law and Society Association
  • Society of American Law Teachers  
  • Puerto Rican Studies Association
  • American Association of University Professors
  •  National Association for Ethnic Studies
  • American Studies Association
  • Hudson Valley Hispanic Bar Association

Course Taught

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Latinx Community Fieldwork and Civic Engagement
  • Experiential Learning & Latinx Communities
  • Independent Seminar Experiential Learning in Social Justice and the Latinx Community
  • Special Topics Latin American and Latina/o Studies
  • Latinxs and Justice in New York City
  • Domestic Violence and the Global Economy at the University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras Campus, Puerto Rico (Law School Course)
  • Vulnerable Populations Seminar - Seminar Course at InterAmerican University of Puerto Rico School of Law, Hato Rey, Puerto Rico 
  • Individuals in Conflict ISP
  • “So You Want to be a Lawyer:” A Comparative Study of Latina/o Justice in the US
  • International Human Rights and Law in Latin America
  • Comparative Perspectives on Crime in the Caribbean
  • Seminar in Latino/a Issues: Latinas/os and the Law
  • Latino/a Experience: Gender, Race, Ethnicity, Class, and the Legal System
  • Race & Ethnicity in America – First Year Seminar Course & Writing Intensive
  • Transfer Student Seminar & First Year Student Seminar
  • Puerto Rican/Latinx Community Fieldwork
  • Race & Ethnicity in America – Writing Intensive English Language Learner Learning
  • Race and Ethnicity in America
  • The Latinx Experience in the United States: Gender, Race, Civil, and Human Rights
  • Socio-Political Development of Contemporary Puerto Rico

Languages spoken/fluent in

Fluent in Spanish; Basic comprehension of Portuguese (Brazilian)

Scholarly Work

Peer Reviewed

2020     Roure, J., The Reemergence Of Barriers During Crises & Natural Disasters: Gender-Based Violence Spikes Among Women & LGBTQ+ Persons During Confinement. (Seton Hall Journal of Diplomacy and International Relations. Volume XXI, Number 2, Spring/Summer 2020) (April 2020).

2012     Rivera, J. and Roure, J.G. So You Want to be a Lawyer. Puerto Ricans and Their Journey into the Legal Profession: Overcoming Challenges. (El Centro Journal for Puerto Rican Studies Hunter College, CUNY) (March 2013).

Law Review Articles

2019     Roure, J.G. Immigrant Women, Domestic Violence, and Hurricanes Irma and Maria in Puerto Rico: Compounding the Violence for the Most Vulnerable, Georgetown Journal of Gender and the Law, Vol. 20, Issue 3 (Spring 2019).

2011     Roure, J.G. Gender Justice in Puerto Rico: Domestic Violence, Legal Reform and International Human Rights. Human Rights Quarterly (The John Hopkins University Press) (August 2011).

2009     Roure, J.G. Domestic Violence in Brazil: Examining Obstacles and Approaches to Promote Legislative Reform. Columbia Human Rights Law Review (Fall 2009).

2009     Roure, J.G. Achieving Education Equity and Access for Underrepresented Students in the Legal Profession. Temple Political and Civil Rights Law Review (Fall 2009).

Book Chapters

2009     Roure, J.G. (2009). The NCLB (No Child Left Behind), Race, Ethnicity, Class and Diversity: Creating aHigh School to Law/Graduate School Pipeline for Underrepresented Students. In M. Dyson. Ed. Our Promise: Achieving Educational Equity for America’s Children. Durham, North Carolina: Carolina Academic Press.

2003     DeLucia, R., Durfey, R. and Roure, J.G. (2003). Exploring and Understanding the College Community. In R. DeLucia. Ed. Urban Learners Serious About College Success. Upper Saddle River, New Jersey: Prentice Hall.

Book Review

2008     Roure, J.G. Book Review of C. R. Soltero. Latinos and American Law: Landmark Supreme Court Cases. Texas: University of Texas Press 2006. Centro: Journal of the Center for Puerto Rican Studies, Hunter College, CUNY XX (1): 249-52.

Peer Reviewer

Harvard Health and Human Rights Journal, Latino Studies Journal, El Centro Journal, Center for Puerto Rican Studies at Hunter College

Amici Curiae

2013     Contributor to the Amici Curiae Brief of the American Civil Liberties Union, American Civil Liberties Union of Puerto Rico, Movimiento Amplio de Mujeres de Puerto Rico, Coordinadora Paz Para la Mujer, The Latin American and the Caribbean Committee for the Defense of Women’s Rights (CLADEM), Pasos de las Mujeres, Feministas en Marcha, OPMT, Taller Salud, Et. al. United States of America, Plaintiff, versus The Commonwealth of Puerto Rico and Puerto Rico Police Department, Defendants. Case 3:12-cv-02039-GAG Document 28. Filed April 1, 2013, US District Court of Puerto Rico.

Works In Progress

Roure, J.G. Domestic Violence in Latin America: Implementing International Human Rights Law and Principles. 

Honors and Awards

HONORS & AWARDS

  • Franklin H. William Judicial Commission Pipeline to Equity in Legal Education and the Profession Award 
  • The University of Notre Dame School of Law Graciela Olivarez Award for Outstanding Commitment to Service to the Hispanic Legal Community
  • The Latino Judges Association's Honorable Frank Torres Award for Commitment to Diversity
  • The Western New England University School of Law Distinguished Alumni Award for Significant Contributions to the Legal Profession and Society
  • Puerto Rican Bar Association Flor De Maga Award Academic Excellence Honoree
  • Student Academic Support Program Honoree
  • Honorary Guest of Mayor, of the National District of Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
  • Faculty Certificate of Appreciation, Autonomous University of Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
  • Lehman College Appreciation Award, 2nd Annual Educational Summit
  • School of the Arts and Sciences Appreciation Award, John Jay College of Criminal Justice
  • Faculty Fellowship Publication Program Fellow, City University of New York,
  • Certificate of Appreciation, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CUNY
  • Grants Recognition Award, John Jay College, CUNY
  • Appreciation Award, Ronald H. Brown Law School Prep Program, CUNY

Research Summary

Dr. Roure conducts extensive research on human rights. She researches and teaches in the areas of domestic violence and gender rights, criminal justice, international human rights, race, class, and ethnicity in the U.S. via human rights-based experiential learning courses. 

Human Rights, Gender-Based /Interpersonal Violence, and Violence Against Women: Dr. Roure's work on the COVID-19 pandemic and gender-based violence is featured in the U.N. World Health Organization database. Dr. Roure has focused her research on violence against women and girls in Brasil, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Cuba, and the United States.  She is an expert witness and global government consultant in this area. Her related research appears on CNN, CNN Español, Telemundo, Brut, PBS, Eyewitness News NYC, and many other media channels. She presents at the United Nations, highlights include the UN Commission on the Status Against Women 57, 59, and 61, 62, & 63, has at the UN International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, moderating at the UN General Assembly 68 on State Responsibility for Eliminating Violence Against, and providing educational presentations at the UN International Criminal Court on the Approaches to Gender Based Prosecution and Prison Project Studies. 

Human Rights and National Diversity Pipeline EducationDr. Roure also conducts extensive research on diversity pipeline education, race, class, ethnicity, and gender in the United States with a global comparative perspective as a means towards eradicating poverty globally. Since 2004, Dr. Roure has been the Project Investigator of the CUNY BMI Rising Scholars of Justice Pipeline Program (formerly the Ronald H. Brown Law School Prep Program at John Jay College), a comprehensive pre-law preparatory program that partners with U.S. law schools to diversify the legal profession. Dr. Roure has collected data on her methods to provide diverse participants with year-long law school preparation and application support, raising nearly one million dollars to fund the research program. As a result, she has secured the admissions and law school enrollment of hundreds of low-income, first-generation, diverse, and underrepresented students into law schools, graduate schools, and joint degree programs across the U.S., with millions of dollars in combined scholarship awards for participants.  She is currently working on this CUNY BMI-funded data for research publication.

Additionally, in an effort to disrupt poverty and create the next generation of leaders in our most impacted sectors, she has also developed a focus on its efforts to increase access to educational and professional development opportunities for a diverse population of aspiring doctors in Puerto Rico immersing them in service based experiential learning through the creation of a Diversity in Medicine Pipeline Program. This program supports the next generation of diverse aspiring doctors and residents at the four medical AGMSE-accredited medical schools in Puerto Rico in collaboration with the American College of Surgeons, St. Luke's Episcopal Hospital, UCC, and PHSU.

Human Rights and Puerto Rico and the Caribbean: Dr. Roure works extensively on research projects in Puerto Rico using an intersectional human rights lens. She has collaborated to create the first free domestic surgical volunteerism program for the uninsured in the United States with the American College of Surgeons Operation Giving Back, the Puerto Rico Department of Health, Ponce Health Sciences University, Universidad Central del Caribe, Iniciatia Comunitaria, Puerto Rico's Federally Qualified Health Centers, amongst other local community-based partners, which she currently manages named Operation Giving Back Puerto Rico, located in Hospital Universitario Ramon Emeterio Betances, Bayamon, P.R. See Facebook@hmariapr.  The Operation Giving Back Puerto Rico program provides free access to surgical care to the over 400,000 uninsured/working poor and homeless without disrupting the income-earning potential of local surgeons while supporting medical students/residents committed to serving in Puerto Rico.  The related research examines social determinants of health, such as poverty, unequal access to health care, lack of education, stigma, and racism are underlying contributing factors of health inequities. Dr. Roure has also been featured on CNN, PBS, Brut, and other news channels for her efforts in Puerto Rico.

Area of Expertise

Most requested topics by media

Human Rights
Incarceration
Poverty
Racial & Social Justice
Sexual Violence / Intimate Partner Violence
Women / Gender Justice

Faculty Expertise: topics/keywords

Diversity Pipeline Education

Expert Witness Domestic Violence

Human Rights;  Gender Justice

Violence Against Women and Girls and Domestic Violence

Mass Incarceration (Marginalized communities and communities of color, Puerto Rico, and the Caribbean

Dominican Republic, Cuba, Brazil, Puerto Rico and Domestic Violence

Diversifying the Legal and Medical Professions: Social determinants of health such as poverty, unequal access to health care, lack of education, stigma, and racism are underlying, contributing factors of health inequities

Race, Class, Ethnicity, and Gender 

In The Media

Podcast/Radio

2019     Roure, J.G. After 30 years, Women Who Compile Femicide Report Still Working to Stop Domestic Violence, National Public Radio, November 7, 2019. https://www.mprnews.org/story/2019/11/07/after-30-years-women-who-compile-femicide-report-still-working-to-stop-domestic-violence

2010     Roure, J.G. Gender, Violence and Human Rights: What the Statistics Say and Do Not Say in the Dominican Republic. Z101.3 Broadcasting Station. Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. October.

2009     Roure, J.G. Gender, Violence and Human Rights: What the Statistics say and do not say in the Dominican Republic. Essence of a Woman. Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. October.

TV/YouTube

2018     Roure, J. John Jay College Media Featured Faculty Spotlight, John Jay College, New York, New York. April. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hf-VT-vt4gk

Print/Online

SELECT MEDIA PRESENTATIONS

Newspaper/eNews

2020     The Femicide Problem in the U.S., Brut Media, February 11, 2020.

https://www.brut.media/us/international/the-feminicide-problem-in-the-u-s--4205ca0c-bc83-442f-b43a-f92f6d98f363

 

2019     New Nonprofit Aims to Combat Rise in Domestic Violence in Puerto Rico, Philanthropy.org, November 18, 2019. https://www.philanthropy.com/article/New-Nonprofit-Aims-to-Combat/247562?key=ALzdTB9dcr2_eg6JMQbfCcV1LKhrdMPk_U-Nr6DJAamaCaIatPdRsR6hIjE5fPtVVVU4TnMxczAxelN5ekEweUhKV0czVmJsY1JXRl91b0Rxa2t4aWN3cW1ZSQ 

2019     The Nurse Tracking America’s Epidemic of Murdered Women, The Guardian, April 11, 2019. https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2019/apr/11/the-nurse-tracking-americas-epidemic-of-murdered-women

2018     Domestic Violence In Puerto Rico May Be Happening Much More Than What Official Reports Say, Bustle and Global Trends, May 2018. https://www.bustle.com/p/domestic-violence-in-puerto-rico-may-be-happening-much-more-than-what-official-reports-say-9029059 and https://www.global-revelation.com/2018/05/09/domestic-violence-in-puerto-rico-may-be-happening-much-more-than-what-official-reports-say/

2018     After hurricane Maria, A Surge in Domestic Violence and Demands for Change, Christian Science Monitor, March 27, 2018. https://www.csmonitor.com/USA/Society/2018/0327/After-hurricane-Maria-a-surge-in-domestic-violence-and-demands-for-change

2018     Domestic Violence Soared Following Puerto Rico Hurricane, The Crime Report, Center for Media, Crime, and Justice, John Jay College, New York, New York. February 1, 2018. https://thecrimereport.org/2018/02/01/domestic-violence-soared-following-puerto-rico-hurricane/

2017     Professor Jodie Roure is Recognized by Congress for Puerto Rico Relief Effort, John Jay College, New York, New York. December 28, 2017. http://www1.cuny.edu/mu/forum/2017/12/28/professor-jodie-roure-is-recognized-by-congress-for-puerto-rico-relief-effort/

2017     Medical Society of the State of New York eNews, Opportunity to Donate Your Time and Skill to Hurricane-Ravaged Puerto Rico, October 13, 2017. http://www.mssnyenews.org/enews/october-13-2017/

2015     John Jay College, John Jay Faculty and Students Participate in United Nations Commission on the Status of Women, March 2015. http://newserver.jjay.cuny.edu/news/john-jay-faculty-and-students-participate-united-nations-commission-status-women

2013     John Jay College, Film on Love and Gang War in Puerto Rico Is Coming to New York, New York Times, November 10, 2013. https://www.nytimes.com/2013/11/11/nyregion/film-on-love-and-gang-war-in-puerto-rico-is-coming-to-new-york.html

2010     Listin Diario, Brides Against Violence:  Women in Wedding Dresses Reject Gender Violence by Wanda Mendez,  October 22, 2010; Front Page and Page 2.

2010     Primerahora.com, Women in Wedding Dresses March in Santo Domingo against Domestic Violence October 22,
             2010, Agencia EFE. http://www.primerahora.com/mujeresvestidasdenoviamarchanensantodomingocontraviolenciadomestica- 436667.html

2010     El Nuevo Diario, Women in Wedding Dresses March in Santo Domingo against Domestic Violence October 22,   2010, Agencia EFE. http://elnuevodiario.com.do/app/article.aspx?id=217961

2010     Cristalycolores.com, DR becomes the first Latin American country that organizes the March of the Brides October  22, 2010 http://cristalycolores.blogspot.com/2010/10/rd-se-convierte-en-el-primer-pais.html 

2010     DiarioLibre.com, Dressed in Bride Gowns Against Violence, October 22, 2010 http://www.diariolibre.com/noticias_det.php?id=265534

2010     Primicias.com, "March of the Brides” performed  in UASD, October 22, 2010 http://www.primicias.com.do/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=4316:r ealizan-en-la-uasd-la-marcha-de-las-novias&catid=109:nacionales&Itemid=466

2010     Spanish.China.Org.CN, Dominicans Perform for the first time the ‘March of Brides’, October 22, 2010, Editor Rui, Xinhua http://spanish.china.org.cn/international/txt/2010-10/22/content_21176871.htm

2010     Noticias Telemicro, Brides March Against Gender Violence, October 21, 2010https://noticiastelemicro.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=21296: novias-marchan-contra-la-violencia-de-genero&catid=2:nacionales&Itemid=6

2010     El Siglo 21, Dressed as Brides, they Parade against Violence, October 21, 2010 http://www.elsiglo21.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=5915:&catid=36&Itemid=112

2010     El Dia, Women March in Wedding Dresses in Memory of Dominican Killed by her Ex-Boyfriend, October 21, 2010, http://www.eldia.com.do/nacionales/2010/10/21/36971/Mujeres-marchan-vestidas-de- novias-en-memoria-dedominicana-asesinada-por

2010      Z101digital.com, Brides March against the Rising Trend of Murders of Women and Gender Violence, October 21, 2010 by Crisleydi Durán Mateo http://z101digital.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=9435:novias-marchan-contra-la-creciente-ola-de-feminicidios-y-violencia-de-genero&catid=107:organizaciones&Itemid=488

2010      Hoy Digital, Brides March will be Held starting at UASD, October 20, 2010, http://www.hoy.com.do/el-pais/2010/10/20/346935/print

2008      Restore body, spirit in Crown Heights, Daily News, New York, New York. March 2, 2008 http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/queens/restore-body-spirit-crown-heights-article-1.286266

Radio

2019     Roure, J.G. After 30 years, Women Who Compile Femicide Report Still Working to Stop Domestic Violence, National Public Radio, November 7, 2019. https://www.mprnews.org/story/2019/11/07/after-30-years-women-who-compile-femicide-report-still-working-to-stop-domestic-violence

2010     Roure, J.G. Gender, Violence and Human Rights: What the Statistics Say and Do Not Say in the Dominican Republic. Z101.3 Broadcasting Station. Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. October.

2009     Roure, J.G. Gender, Violence and Human Rights: What the Statistics say and do not say in the Dominican Republic. Essence of a Woman. Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. October.

Television

2018    Roure, J. METROFOCUS Thirteen.org, One Year After..., New York, NY. September. https://www.thirteen.org/metrofocus/2018/09/one-year-after/

2018     Roure, J. CUNY TV Learning from the Best, Featured Spotlight, John Jay College, New York, New York. May.

2018     Roure, J. John Jay College Media Featured Faculty Spotlight, John Jay College, New York, New York. April. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hf-VT-vt4gk

2018     Roure, J. CUNY TV Criminal Justice Matters: Hurricanes and Justice, John Jay College, New York, New York. May. http://www.cuny.tv/show/criminaljusticematters/PR2006822

2010     Roure, J.G. Domestic Violence. Tema Libre. Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. October.

2009     Roure, J.G. Gender, Violence and Human Rights: What the Statistics Say and Do Not Say in the Dominican Republic. Tele Antillas Network. Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. October.

Online Presence