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Quote of the Day - The ultimate solution to the race problem lies in the willingness of men to obey the unenforceable. - Martin Luther King, Jr.
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Lawyer2Lawyer Learns Lessons From Professor Gates' Arrest

The arrest of Harvard Professor Henry Louis Gates Jr. at his home in Cambridge, Massachusetts ignited a wide range of legal and social debate as well as a media firestorm worldwide. Please join me and my fellow co-host and Law.com blogger, attorney Bob Ambrogi as we welcome famed attorney and elder statesman, Jack Greenberg, the former director-counsel of the NAACP Legal Defense Fund who, together with Thurgood Marshall, argued Brown v. Board of Education before the Supreme Court in 1954. Now the Alphonse Fletcher Professor of Law at Columbia Law School, Mr. Greenberg shares his perspective on racial profiling, civil rights and what we still need to learn about race relations.

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