Dennis Parker (Class of 1977 and Trustee), and Lee Rowland (Class of 2002), both attorneys at the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) in New York, will discuss how they became public interest attorneys. They will also describe their day-to-day work at the ACLU in particular their efforts to advance the Racial Justice Program (Dennis) and the Speech, Privacy & Technology Project (Lee). Finally, they will share their views on the current debates in higher education over safe spaces, trigger warnings, racial justice, and free speech.
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