- Tomiko Brown-Nagin joins Melissa Murray and Kate Shaw to discuss her book Civil Rights Queen: Constance Baker Motley and the Struggle for Equality on the Strict Scrutiny Podcast.
- New NYT reportage on the fundraising of the Supreme Court Historical Society. And in case you're wondering who was on deck for the Silverman Lectures on November 1, 2017: this.
- The National Museum of African American History and Culture will observe the 160th Anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation. (More).
- ICYMI: Mary Ziegler, University of California-Davis School of Law, and Kimberley Reilly, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, on Wisconsin’s 1849 abortion ban (WPR). Lauren Robel and nine historians file brief against the Indiana attorney general on the history of abortion in Indiana (KPVI). Noah Feldman on the Supreme Court's "Nostalgia Doctrine" (WaPo). Scott Gerber on why the Puritans outlawed Christmas (Washington Examiner).
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