15th C. Eric Lincoln Lecture Series, 1997 (video)
C. Eric Lincoln Lecture Series Collection
Dr. Phillip Dunston officiates the occasion and introduces city of Atlanta mayor Bill Campbell who pays tribute to C. Eric Lincoln. Clark Atlanta University provost Dr. Harris introduces Justice R. Eugene Pincham, who talks about his relationship to C. Eric Lincoln and encourages students in attendance to never forget where they came from. Justice Pincham also discusses his experiences as a lawyer including his relationship with Harvard University School of law. He further discusses his participation as a lawyer in cases like the Chicago riots of 1968 and Ryan Harris’s molestation. References to the Constitution, the Dredd Scott decision, John Brown and the 1741 New York slave rebellion are made during Pincham’ s lecture.
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Dunston, Phillip; Pincham, R. Eugene; Campbell, Bill; and Harris, Winfred, "15th C. Eric Lincoln Lecture Series, 1997 (video)" (1997). C. Eric Lincoln Lecture Series Collection, Audio-Visual Recordings. 6.
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