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The Law School Welcomes Toni Morrison

The legendary Toni Morrison brought her wit and wisdom to the law school for our Civil Rights and Restorative Justice Project's celebration of Martin Luther King Day.

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Professor Margaret Burnham, founder of the Civil Rights and Restorative Justice Project, with Toni Morrison.
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Dean Jeremy Paul welcomed the audience of more than 900 people in Northeastern's Blackman Auditorium.
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Professor Margaret Burnham
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Dean Uta Poiger, College of Social Sciences and Humanities
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Kaylie Simon '11 spoke about her work with the Civil Rights and Restorative Justice Project
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Toni Morrison
Toni Morrison read from her book “Home” and answered ques­tions from an audi­ence of more than 900.
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Members of the audience were invited to ask questions.
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President Joseph E. Aoun speaks to author Toni Morrison.
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Members of the community at a dinner in honor of CRRJ and Toni Morrison.
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Wilbur Williams, Grandson of William and Della McDuffie.
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Professor Mike Meltsner (right) with civil rights activist Bob Moses.
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Professor Margaret Burnham, Angela Davis and Kaylie Simon '11
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Professor Margaret Burnham and Dean Jeremy Paul with Toni Morrison.