Anita Hill speaks about her new book, Reimagining Equality: Stories of Gender, Race, and Finding Home
Best known for her courageous testimony during the Clarence Thomas hearings before the U.S. Senate in 1991, Professor Hill is currently Senior Advisor to the Provost and Professor of Social Policy, Law, and Women's Studies at Brandeis University.
Date: December 10, 2011
Time: 10 AM--Noon
Where: The Chicago Temple, 77 West Washington; Chicago Loop
( corner of Clark & Washington across from Daley Plaza )
This program is free and open to the Public. Program planned in collaboration with
American Association of University Women
Illinois Woman's Press Association
two of the venerable organizations to which Jane Addams belonged.
More about Professor Hill's participation in the documentary film at www.films42.com/feature/JAD09.asp
Professor Hill's B.S. degree is from Oklahoma State University, and her J.D. degree is from Yale University.
Her numerous awards & honors include the following:
Honorary Degree, Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts ( 2010 )
Ford Hall Forum, First Amendment Award ( 2008 )
Honorary Degree, Lasell College ( 2007 )
Visiting Scholar, Wellesley College, Newhouse Center for the Humanities & Wellesley Centers for Women ( 2007 )
The Alphonse Fletcher Sr. Fellowship Award ( 2005 ) Honorary Degree, Smith College ( 2003 ) Honorary Degrees: Simmons College and Dillard University ( 2001 )
Her course load includes the following: Race and the Law; Social Justice and the Obama Administration Law and Policy: Gender Equality in Theory and Practice
Copies of Reimagining Equality: Stories of Gender, Race, and Finding Home will be available for sale on 12/10/11, and Professor Hill will personally sign books purchased onsite.