- HNN’s recent roundup, Racist Symbols: Latest Development.
- Jeanne Theoharis, Brooklyn College, posted Looking Back on the Bus Boycott on the Library of Congress Blog
- On Thursday, LHB Blogger Tomiko Brown-Nagin, Harvard Law, presented "The Honor and Burden of Being First: Constance Baker Motley and Three Extraordinary Generations of American Activism" in the University of Michigan's Legal History Workshop. H/t: Legal Scholarship Blog.
|Constance Baker Motley, 1964 (credit)|
- Over at Columbia Law School's legal history workshop, meanwhile, Aziz Rana (Cornell Law School) presented portions of his new book manuscript, titled The Rise of the Constitution.
- Southern Illinois University Press has posted the introduction to Christian Samito’s Lincoln and the Thirteenth Amendment (2015), as December is the 150th anniversary of the amendment’s ratification.
- On SCOTUSBlog, a conversation between Ronald Collins and Wilmington College political science professor Paul Moke about Moke’s Earl Warren and the Struggle for Justice (Lexington Books, 2015).
- Via ReadMedia, the New York State Bar Association's press release on today's “Boot Camp for Reporters” on the vote in 2017 to authorize a state constitutional convention. The vote in 1937 ultimately led to the (unsuccessful) proposal of an "anti-bureaucracy clause" in 1938.