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  • Collection: Raised My Hand

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Dr. Freddie Parker, who participated in the 1969 strike

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Julius Chambers, who represented striking foodworkers in 1969

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Left to right: Renae McPherson, Dr. Freddie Parker, Dr. Adolph Reed, Julius Chambers

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Renae McPherson listens carefully to Dr. Freddie Parke

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Exhibit co-curators Tim West (left) and Biff Hollingsworth

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The audience enjoys the engaging discussion from the panelists

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Moderator for the evening's panel: Dr. Archie Ervin, Associate Provost and Director of Diversity and Multicultural Affairs

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Fellow panelists listen as Dr. Adolph Reed gives his perspective as a member of the Black Student Movement in 1969

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Left to right: Renae McPherson, Dr. Freddie Parker, Dr. Adolph Reed, Julius Chambers

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The short documentary "Women Behind the Lines" is screened as introduction

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Professor Emeritus of Law Dan Pollitt reminds everyone present of the work of McNeill Smith in overturning the law

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Fellow panelists listen as current student Stephen Lassiter gives his perspective on current sentiments on campus

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Left to right: Ferrel Guillory (moderator), President Bill Friday, James Medford, Lou Lipsitz, and Stephen Lassiter

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Catherine Smith asks a question of the panelists. The discussions that followed the presentation elicited a number of great comments.

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Ferrel Guillory, moderator for the panel, introduces the Speaker Ban

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A full house in the Pleasants Family Room at Wilson Library

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The evening's moderator, Ferrel Guillory, gives some background to the Speaker Ban controversy

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Karen Parker listens as current student Erika Stallings offers her perspective

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Panelists speak to a full house in the Pleasants Family Room at Wilson Library

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Left to right: Sally Greene (moderator), Quinton Baker, Karen Parker, Braxton Foushee, and Erika Stallings

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Left to right: Sally Greene (moderator), Quinton Baker, Karen Parker, Braxton Foushee, and Erika Stallings

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Left to right: Sally Greene (moderator), Quinton Baker, Karen Parker, Braxton Foushee, and Erika Stallings
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