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  • emGuilt by Accusationem
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    Guilt by Accusation

    Harvard University Law Professor Alan Dershowitz talked about his book, Guilt by Accusation: The Challenge of Proving Innocence in the Age of #MeToo, in which he offered his thoughts on how…

    774 views
  • Law Professors on Voting Rights
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    Law Professors on Voting Rights

    The American Constitution Society for Law and Policy hosted a discussion on voting rights. Speakers included law professors from UCLA, Duke University, and the University of Southern…

    43 views
  • Bob Woodward Interviews Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey About Harvey Weinstein Investigation
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    She Said

    Investigative journalists Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey discussed the #MeToo movement and their investigation of sexual harassment allegations against Harvey Weinstein. They were interviewed…

    2,176 views
  • Little Rock Central High School Integration
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    Little Rock Central High School Integration

    Carlotta Walls was fourteen years old and Terrence Roberts fifteen years old when they entered Little Rock Central High School on September 23, 1957. The two members of the “Little Rock Nine” recalled their…

    842 views
  • House Judiciary Holds Hearing on Voting Discrimination
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    Voting Discrimination

    Civil liberties and voting rights organization leaders testified before a House Judiciary subcommittee concerning voting discrimination. Witnesses discussed state voting laws since the 2013…

    2,219 views
  • Washington Journal News Headlines and Viewer Calls
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    Open Phones, Part 1

    Viewers commented on a New York Times report about new allegations of sexual misconduct against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.

    809 views
  • Author Discussion on Race and Civil Rights in America
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    Author Discussion on Race and Civil Rights in America

    Authors Rebecca Tuuri, Shennette Garrett-Scott, Ted Ownby, William Sturkey and Dave Tell reflected on race and civil rights in America. They spoke at the 2019 Mississippi Book Festival.

    550 views
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    Nobody's Victim

    Victims' rights attorney Carrie Goldberg discussed litigating cases of sexual harassment and sexual assault stemming from online threats.

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  • Civil Rights Cold Cases
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    Civil Rights Cold Cases

    Professors Hank Klibanoff and Brett Gadsden talked about the intersection of Civil Rights politics and violence in mid-20th century Georgia. They talk about a number unsolved murders during…

    720 views
  • Author Discussion on Desegregation
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    Author Discussion on Desegregation

    Authors Hezekiah Watkins, Michelle Purdy, Natalie Adams, and Jelani Favors examined desegregation efforts in the South during the civil rights movement. They spoke at the 2019 Mississippi…

    437 views
  • House Oversight Panel Holds Hearing on Facial Recognition Technology
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    Hearing on Facial Recognition Technology

    The House Oversight and Reform Committee held the second in a series of hearings on the impact on civil rights and liberties of government and commercial entities' use of facial recognition technology.…

    1,956 views
  • Colonel Kathyrn Spletstoser Says General Hyten Lied About Sexual Assault Allegations
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    Army Colonel Kathryn A. Spletstoser News Conference

    Army Colonel Kathryn Spletstoser, who accused General John Hyten of sexual misconduct, held a news conference following a confirmation hearing for General Hyten to serve as the vice chair of the…

    1,456 views
  • AntiDefamation League Leadership Summit Part 4
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    Anti-Defamation League Leadership Summit, Part 4

    In this portion of the Anti-Defamation League’s 2019 leadership summit, the Houston police chief received an award for his work combating hate crimes. Elan Carr, the Trump administration’s top…

    75 views
  • USA Freedom Act
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    USA Freedom Act

    The Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board hosted a public forum to discuss the USA Freedom Act, a modified extension of the Patriot Act, which was due to expire at the end of 2019 if…

    467 views
  • President Trump on Latest Claim of Sexual Assault I Have No Idea Who She Is
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    President Trump Remarks to Reporters

    As President Trump left the White House for Camp David, he took questions from reporters on issues including Iran, National Security Adviser John Bolton, and allegations of sexual assault…

    1,249 views
  • emFort Bend County Texas v Davidem Oral Argument
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    Fort Bend County, Texas v. David Oral Argument

    The Supreme Court heard oral argument in Fort Bend County v. Davis, a case involving employment discrimination claims. The main issue centers around whether Title VII of the Civil Rights…

    1,192 views
  • House Hearing on Facial Recognition Technology
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    House Hearing on Facial Recognition Technology

    The House Oversight and Reform Committee held the first in a series of hearings on the impact on civil rights and liberties of the use of facial recognition technology by the government and…

    2,153 views
  • After Words with Senator Doug Jones
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    After Words with Senator Doug Jones

    Senator Doug Jones (D-AL) was interviewed by author and journalist Diane McWhorter about his book, Bending Toward Justice: The Birmingham Church Bombing that Changed the Course of Civil…

    943 views
  • Current and Former Military Officials Testify on Sexual Assault Prosecutions
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    Sexual Assault in the Mililtary

    Current and former military officials testified before the House Armed Services Military Personnel Subcommittee on the role of commanders in sexual assault prosecutions within the armed…

    2,116 views
  • Jehovahs Witnesses and Human Rights
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    Jehovah's Witnesses and Human Rights

    General counsel Philip Brumley talked about the legal struggles of Jehovah’s Witnesses and argued that their efforts have advanced the protection of human and civil rights globally. In 1943, the…

    46,996 views
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