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  • Presidential Task Force Hearing on 21st Century Policing
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    President's Task Force on 21st Century Policing, Part 1

    Community leaders talked about ways to promote effective crime reduction and build public trust of law enforcement. They spoke at the first meeting of the President’s Task Force on 21st…

    2,610 views
  • HUD Secretary Julian Castro News Conference
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    Secretary Julian Castro on Housing Policy Priorities

    Secretary Julian Castro briefed reporters on the state of housing and the Department of Housing and Urban Development’s plans for 2015. Secretary Castro told an audience that “access to credit…

    526 views
  • Executive Power and the Constitution
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    Executive Power and the Constitution

    Attorney Miguel Estrada and Professor Charles Ogletree debated the U.S. House of Representatives resolution to sue President Obama over the implementation of the health care law. Mr.…

    475 views
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    All Deliberate Speed: Brown v. Board of Education

    Professor Ogletree talked about his book, All Deliberate Speed: Reflections on the First Half-Century of Brown v. Board of Education, published by W.W. Norton. On May 17, 1954, the Supreme Court ruled…

    1,681 views
  • Anita Hill Testimony 20 Years Later
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    Anita Hill Testimony 20 Years Later

    Following opening remarks, panelists talked about what happened in the 1991 Senate confirmation hearing in which Professor Anita Hill testified that future Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas…

    2,709 views
  • From Civil War to Civil Rights
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    From Civil War to Civil Rights

    Representative Jesse Jackson, Jr., led a discussion on African-American history from the Civil War to the Civil Rights Movement. He also talked about his book, A More Perfect Union:…

    380 views
  • The 14th Amendment and Race
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    The 14th Amendment and Race

    Civil rights scholars and leaders talked about the historical significance of the 14th Amendment and recent proposals to repeal it. They also responded to questions from the audience. This…

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    Supreme Discomfort

    The co-authors were interviewed by Professor Ogletree about their book, Supreme Discomfort: The Divided Soul of Clarence Thomas, published by Doubleday. They talked about their reasons for…

    249 views
  • Criminal Justice Reform
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    Criminal Justice Reform

    Participants spoke about racial disparities in the criminal justice system. Among the topics they addressed were criminal justice reforms, immigration laws, racial profiling, and drug…

    692 views
  • National Leadership Forum
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    National Leadership Forum

    African-American leaders talked about issues facing their community and various means to advance their agenda to improve conditions in black neighborhoods. Among the issues they addressed…

    461 views
  • Public Defender System
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    Public Defender System

    The Department of Justice held a symposium on the public defender system. Attorney General Eric Holder gave the keynote address. In his remarks he promised the Justice Department under his…

    695 views
  • Defending Juveniles
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    Defending Juveniles

    Panelists talked about innovations in the juvenile defense system. Kristen Henning moderated. The Department of Justice held a symposium on the public defender system.

    212 views
  • Panel on US Prisons and Minorities
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    Panel on U.S. Prisons and Minorities

    Panelists participated in a forum on justice system reform and breaking the cycle of incarceration within minority communities. Among the topics they addressed were the root causes of criminal behavior, racial…

    373 views
  • Separation of Powers
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    Separation of Powers

    The National Association of Women Judges hosted a discussion titled “Separation of Powers: What Does It Mean?” on how the government’s system of checks and balances works. Other topics…

    308 views
  • Supreme Court Integration Decision Reaction
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    Supreme Court Integration Decision Reaction

    Participants spoke to reporters on the steps of the U.S. Supreme Court to express their reactions to a 5-4 decision the Court had just handed down. The decision restricted the use of race…

    141 views
  • Parenting
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    Parenting

    Bill Cosby, entertainer and activist, spoke at the Rainbow/PUSH Conference this summer about parenting and personal responsibility. His remarks have stirred debate across the country,…

    584 views
  • Success for Young Black Men
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    Success for Young Black Men

    The Kaiser Family Foundation hosted a forum called “Paths to Success: A Forum on Young African-American Men.” The forum featured Bill Cosby and a panel of national leaders and young people…

    986 views
  • Town Hall Meeting
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    Town Hall Meeting

    The Congressional Black Caucus held the 35th Annual Legislative Conference (ALC), which is considered to be the premier African American conference on policy issues. The ALC provides the platform for…

    2,425 views
  • Threats to Judicial Independence
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    Threats to Judicial Independence

    U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen G. Breyer participated in a one-hour panel presentation before the ABA House of Delegates on threats to judicial independence. Professor Charles Ogletree…

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  • emAll Deliberate Speedem
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    All Deliberate Speed

    Mr. Ogletree talked about his book, All Deliberate Speed: Reflections on the First Half-Century of Brown v. Board of Education, published by W.W. Norton and Company. In the book, Mr.…

    75 views
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