Tuesday, September 20, 2005
VIDEO: Barack Obama address at Harvard Law School on Katrina racism
FYI ONLY, not assignment. See below.
If you run the video, and start at 54:00 minutes into it, Barak Obama begins talking about Katrina and racism.
Obama delivers keynote address at Celebration of Harvard Law School Black Alumni
Post Date: September 16, 2005
On Saturday, September 17, U.S. Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., a member of the class of 1991, delivered a keynote address following his acceptance of the Harvard Law School Association Award. The event is part of this year's Celebration of Black Alumni and can be viewed by clicking here. (You will need RealPlayer to watch this webcast.)
The Celebration of Black Alumni is a three-day celebration to honor the accomplishments of the school's African-American graduates and drew hundreds of alumni to campus.
Other highlights of the weekend included remarks by Harvard University President Lawrence Summers, an address by Dean Elena Kagan and panel discussions on subjects such as human rights and corporate practice.
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