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Tulsa Race Riot Survivors Tell Story on Comcast

Mr. Otis Clark & Professor Suzette Malveaux Mr. Otis Clark & Dr. Olivia Hooker
Tulsa Race Riot Survivors Mr. Otis Clark, Dr. Olivia Hooker and Mr. Wes Young will be telling their stories on Comcast Channel CN8, Art Fennell Reports, at 10:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m. on December 27th and January 8th. If you don’t get Comcast, you can see it on the Internet by going to the website

http://ne.cn8.tv/video/cn8live.asp?lChannelID=645&#

at the same time and on the same dates. Their first hand accounts were taped at Temple University Law School in a Symposium sponsored by Temple, the Lomax Companies, and Harvard Law’s School Charles Hamilton Houston Institute for Race & Justice on October 22, 2007. They did a great job – it was an amazing and inspiring event. Professors Charles Ogletree, Dean Reinstein and Suzette Malveaux commented on the case.

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Hearing on H.R.40 in House Judiciary Committee

Professor Charles Ogeltree

Professors Charles Ogletree and Eric Miller testified before the House Judiciary Committee on behalf of HR 40. A video of their historic testimony on behalf of HR 40 is now available on the House Judiciary Committee’s website:

http://judiciary.house.gov/oversight.aspx?ID=400

Charles’ testimony begins at 40 minutes in and Eric’s begins at 3 hours, 56 minutes in. All of the testimony is really worth listening to—including those who spoke against HR 40, especially Stephen Thernstorm (of Harvard’s history department).

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