- Article in the North Carolina State Bar Journal (May 2017 issue): Questioning Prospective Jurors about Possible Racial or Ethnic Bias: Lessons from Pena-Rodriguez v. Colorado, by Alyson Grine, NC REN Senior Consultant and Assistant Professor of Law at NC Central University School of Law.
- Article in Trial Briefs Magazine (April 2017 issue): Recognizing Implicit Bias within the Equal Protection Framework by Alyson Grine and Emily Coward, NC REN Project Attorney.
- Grine and Coward have contributed to the NC Criminal Law Blog on topics related to race and the criminal justice system. Blog posts include, among others, one covering Colorado v. Pena-Rodriguez, one addressing Foster v. Chatman, and one covering fair cross-section litigation.
- Coward regularly contributed to Race Judicata, the newsletter of the North Carolina Public Defender Commission on Racial Equity (NC PDCORE). This newsletter is distributed to all assistant public defenders in North Carolina, the criminal law listserv for the NC Advocates for Justice, and to the attorneys at the SCSJ. Three of these Race Judicata updates were featured on the blog of the National Association for Public Defense (NAPD).
- In October 2016, Grine wrote an article entitled Time to Talk about Race, Policing, and Community for the Chapel Hill News.
- In March 2017, Grine and Coward were featured on the Legal Eagle Review, an NCCU radio program hosted by NCCU Law Professors Irv Joyner and April Dawson. Audio can be found here: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/fpehvk4cxbh6306/AAChNGlcKRk6Z9Gt54JRNjcOa?dl=0.
- Raising Issues of Race in North Carolina Criminal Cases, a practice manual published in 2014 by Alyson Grine and Emily Coward.