4,491Apr 9, 2013
Conversation with Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas
Associate Justice Clarence Thomas spoke to college students about his life and career. He focused on the state of racial relations, the operations of the Supreme Court, and pursuing a career in ...
1,106Oct 18, 2013
Kennedy Assassination Conspiracy Theories, Mark Lane and Joan Mellen
Mark Lane, author of Rush to Judgment, and Joan Mellen, author of A Farewell to Justice, talked about conspiracy theories surrounding the assassination of President John F. ...
1,022Oct 17, 2013
Saturday Night Massacre 40th Anniversary
William Ruckelshaus, Bob Woodward, Jill Wine-Banks and others spoke at an event commemorating the 40th anniversary of the Saturday Night Massacre, when President Nixon fired Watergate Special ...
924Oct 18, 2013
Kennedy Assassination Conspiracy Theories, Oliver Stone
Film director Oliver Stone talked about his documentary series, Oliver Stone’s Untold History of the United States. Mr. Stone took questions from the audience about the series and ...
750Oct 18, 2013
Kennedy Assassination Conspiracy Theories, Panel Discussion
Panelists discussed the findings in the U.S. government’s official investigations of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, from the Warren Commission in 1964 to the Assassination ...
677Oct 18, 2013
Kennedy Assassination Conspiracy Theories, Robert Tanenbaum and James Lesar
Robert Tanenbaum and James Lesar talked about theories surrounding the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Mr. Tanenbaum reviewed the government’s conduct in the ...
469Oct 18, 2013
Kennedy Assassination Conspiracy Theories, Rex Bradford
Rex Bradford, vice president of the Assassination Archives and Research Center, talked about the findings of the “Church Committee,” headed by Idaho Senator Frank Church. The panel ...
436Nov 12, 1999
President Ford's Pardon of Richard Nixon
Participants in the events talked about President Ford’s decision to pardon Richard Nixon for his involvement in the Watergate scandal. Topics included the possibility of a deal between ...
388Apr 9, 2008
A symposium was held on gun violence in schools, in cities, and directed at public officials. Cynthia Baldwin moderated the event which focused on issues such as recent school shootings, law ...
219Mar 26, 2004
Brown v. Board of Education 50th Anniversary
Panelists participated in a symposium on the Brown v. Board of Education 1954 Supreme Court case. Fifty years ago this month the U.S. Supreme Court handed down its landmark decision ...
172Apr 12, 1996
Robert F. Kennedy, Attorney General
Robert F. Kennedy was posthumously awarded an honorary Doctor of Letters degree by Duquesne Law School, which was accepted by his widow. Then family members and colleagues of the late Senator ...
114Apr 4, 2007
Carol Los Mansmann Award
Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito received the Judge Carol Los Mansmann Award for Distinguished Public Service. The award was presented jointly by several friends of Judge Mansmann. Chief ...
47Jun 6, 1999
Duquesne University Commencement Address
Former Senator Simpson reflected on his law career and encouraged students to deal with people as human beings in their law practices. He also stated that the law exists to defend ...
17Nov 10, 1998
Families and Civic Trust
Professor Elshtain talked about “private lives and public ethics.” She said that civil society
inherently existed outside the large institutions of society, reacting