Breaking The Silence

Ever since her searing experience during the Thomas hearings, University of Oklahoma law professor ANITA HILL has kept her own counsel for the most part. Not anymore. Beginning in August, Hill will take a nine-month sabbatical to explore the notion of founding (and funding) an institute to study racism and sexism in the U.S. Meanwhile, on Oct. 16, Hill and Georgetown University law professor Emma Jordan will convene a one-day conference on "Race, Gender and Power in America." Hill will take the mike as keynote speaker.


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