Anita Hill urges Rutgers-Camden law school grads to commit to social justice and work to “enshrine the ideals” put forth by Me Too

May 17, 2018

By Staff

Anita Hill, long a symbol for standing up against sexual harassment, gave a rousing charge to law school graduates of Rutgers University-Camden Thursday, urging them to work for social justice in whatever legal role they pursue and to “enshrine the ideals” put forth by important movements, including Me Too.

“I believe that no one is better equipped to make those ideals a reality than you are as trained lawyers,” said the Brandeis University law professor, famous for her 1991 accusations of sexual harassment against Clarence Thomas, then a U.S. Supreme Court nominee.

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