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    Roberts Nomination Hearing Reactions

    During a lunch break for the last day of the Senate Judiciary Committee confirmation hearings, senators and witnesses spoke to reporters about United States Supreme Court nominee Judge John…

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    Roberts Confirmation Hearing, Day 4 Part 3

    The Senate Judiciary Committee held a confirmation hearing on the appointment of Judge John Roberts to the U.S. Supreme Court seat vacated after the death of Chief Justice William…

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    Future of Judicial Review

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    Plessy v. Ferguson Re-Argument

    Distinguished jurists heard a re-argument of Plessy v. Ferguson, the 1896 Supreme Court case in which the Court found that Louisiana did not discriminate against Homer A. Plessy when it refused to let him sit in…

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    Tocqueville on the U.S. Justice System

    Alexis de Tocqueville and Gustave de Beaumont visited Cincinnati on their way down the Ohio River in December 1831. During their stay, they talked with several members of the legal…

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    Appeals Court Issues

    Judge Jones talked about the history of race and the judicial process, and inserted his own experiences and perspectives into the commentary. He focused upon the life and writings of the…

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    Racism and the U.S Legal Process

    Attorneys and Judges discussed the presence and impact of racism within the U.S. legal system and in U.S. society as a whole. They examined how lawyers, judges, and citizens can deal with…

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    Judge Nathaniel Jones Tribute

    Judge Nathaniel Jones was honored on the occasion of his donating his papers to the University of Cincinnati College of Law. He has been active in civil rights in the U.S. and in South…

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    Race, Ethnicity and Culture

    Panelists of varied backgrounds, including Charles Murray, co-author of “The Bell Curve” sought ways to explain bigotry and racism in the U.S. and to replace them with a sense of community…

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    Judicial System Racial and Ethnic Bias

    Nathaniel Jarrett spoke on the issue of minority equality in the American Bar Association and in the federal judicial system. He focused on the role of lawyers and lawmakers in the…

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    Justice System Racial Issues

    Deval Patrick spoke about the Civil Rights Division and the administration goals to minimize discrimination especially in the Justice system.

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    Racial Issues and the Justice System

    William Ides introduced Jesse Jackson who spoke on racial injustice in America’s legal system. He proposed a system of “four balls and you’re on” rather than President Bill Clinton’s “three strikes and…

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    Racial Issues and the Justice System

    Participants discussed the role of race in the American judicial system and their experiences with racism. They recommended methods that might be used to correct these inequalities and…

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    Racial Issues and the Justice System

    U.S. Court of Appeals Judge for the Sixth Circuit Nathanial Jones spoke about racial bias in the American justice system. He expressed that the burden for correcting racial inequality often…

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    Legal Aspects of Civil Rights Movement

    U.S. Court of Appeals Judges Elbert Tuttle, 11th Circuit, and Nathaniel Jones, 6th Circuit, discussed the legal aspects of the Civil Rights Movement.

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    Desegregation & Education

    Sponsored by the Univ. of Mississippi School of Law and the Center for the Study of Southern Culture, the panel discussed the history of civil rights and the law.

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