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President Clinton to Speak at 50th Anniversary Celebration of Brown v. Board of Education; Live Webcast Tonight

 

On Tuesday, Feb. 10, former U.S. President Bill Clinton will deliver an address to Columbia Law School students and faculty as part of the year-long 50th Anniversary Celebration of Brown v. Board of Education.

He will be preceded by Columbia University President Lee C. Bollinger (Law '71), a noted First Amendment scholar, and Professor Jack Greenberg, who was awarded the Presidential Citizens Medal in 2001 by President Clinton for his enduring work in defense of civil rights. Closing remarks will be made by David Leebron, Dean of Columbia Law School. This event is by invitation only.

A live webcast will be available beginning at 7:30 p.m. on Feb. 10. It also will be broadcast live in room 104 of Jerome Greene Hall.

 

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Published: Feb 10, 2004
Last modified: Jan 10, 2005

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