March 9, 16, and 23 (Note date change), from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m.
Join other Heritage members and friends in hearing the founder of Unitarian Universalist Justice Ohio (UUJO) discuss race matters in the Supreme Court.
University of Cincinnati Political Science Professor Emeritus Howard Tolley will examine Supreme Court caselaw involving slavery, native American rights, racial discrimination, segregation, mass incarceration, the death penalty, affirmative action, rights of protesters and qualified immunity for law enforcement personnel. He considers the impact of race, political ideology, legal principles and personal preference on the selection of Justices and the decisions they reach. A review of cases decided in the 2020 term that ends June 30 will include a recorded oral argument.
This three-part course is a joint offering of UU Justice Ohio and UU Justice Arizona.
Donations of $15-$30 are requested.
Scholarships are available. UUJO Monthly Donors are welcome to sign up free. Donations to UUJO will go to support the racial and economic justice work of UUJO.
Please register at: www.UUJAZ.org/register You will get Zoom link information before the event.
Offered by Howard Tolley
Prior to retirement in 2011, Howard Tolley served at Wilberforce University for 12 years and then, after completing a JD, as a Professor of Political Science and Adjunct Professor of Law at the University of Cincinnati. For 27 years at U.C. he taught undergraduate and graduate public law courses including classes on the U.S. legal system, Supreme Court, civil liberties, and international human rights. After service to a faculty union and as an ACLU cooperating attorney, he joined rosters of the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service, the American Arbitration Association, and the Ohio State Employment Relations Board as a neutral labor relations arbitrator, mediator, and fact finder.
2021. Updated 2/2/2021.