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News@Law, 10/26/2016

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Future Of International Criminal Court In Jeopardy After South Africa Withdraws
NPR's Kelly McEvers talks to Harvard Law Professor Alex Whiting about the future of the International Criminal Court.
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PBS Newshour
How the N-word became the ‘atomic bomb of racial slurs’ (video)
Its effect can be explosive and painful: Harvard University professor Randall Kennedy has traced the history of the N-word to understand the evolution of the infamous racial slur. Kennedy joins special correspondent Charlayne Hunter-Gault to discuss this history, including reappropriations of the word and the complexities and damages of its usage today.
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The Economist
Do Trump’s calls for poll watchers constitute incitement?
When Donald Trump recently asked his supporters in Ohio to keep an eye out for voter fraud on election day, his plea came with a knowing suggestion: “When [I] say ‘watch,’ you know what I’m talking about, right?”...Laurence Tribe of Harvard Law School agrees that Mr Trump’s “First Amendment defence would no longer be airtight” if his campaign advocated racial harassment at “a rally in close proximity to the time and place where people were waiting to cast their ballots”.
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The Harvard Crimson
Ethnicity, Migration, Rights Committee Forms Human Rights Group
The Committee on Ethnicity, Migration, Rights recently selected 13 students to participate in the inaugural Human Rights Studies Working Group, which will expose students to resources at Harvard and beyond that focus on human rights work, according to EMR administrative director Tessa L. Desmond. Of the 13 students, 10 are undergraduates and three are graduate students...Law student and working group member Michael Jung [`18]said he hopes to use his experience at the Law School to help undergraduate members of the group in their human rights studies pursuits and to interact with a broad range of Harvard affiliates. “I wanted to meet groups of students and faculty members from all around Harvard that were interested in human rights,” he said.
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Merced Sun-Star
25 years later, Anita Hill says she would testify again
Twenty-five years after Anita Hill testified during the Senate confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Clarence Thomas, the acclaimed attorney and academic denounced a long list of sexual harassment and assault cases, illustrating that the national conversation about such issues continues to evolve. Hill’s comments came during a ceremony Monday night in which she was presented with UC Merced’s Spendlove Prize for social justice, diplomacy and tolerance...Charles Ogletree Jr., a Merced native and the first recipient of the prize, represented Hill during the hearings. He’s now a Harvard Law School Jesse Climenko law professor, among numerous other titles and accomplishments. He said Monday night that Hill is one of the strongest and most courageous people he’s ever met.
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