California Supreme Court Justice Cuéllar: Noon Today in Robinson; Successful PILF Auction, and White Supremacy and a Women’s Right to Vote
Loyola is honored to host a noon-time discussion in the Robinson Courtroom between Dean Waterstone and California Supreme Court Justice Mariano-Florentino Cuéllar. This is an excellent opportunity to see one of California’s top jurists in an informal setting. Lunch will be provided.
Another successful PILF Auction this Saturday. Were you there? This was the 25th Anniversary of this wonderful Loyola tradition. If you would like to get involved with PILF, or with Loyola’s many clinics, or right here with EQ4ALL, give us a shout and we’ll happily help you get involved in Loyola’s many social justice opportunities.
On the national level, Richard Spencer, a prominent leader in the Alt-Right movement, gave an interview with Newsweek’s Michael Edison Haydon, where Spencer pushed his white supremacist agenda. Notably, he reportedly stated that he did not think women should be allowed to vote. In fact, he was generally against “mass democracy” of any kind. Spencer and his tiki-torch followers are set to descend on the University of Florida on Thursday to deliver a speech. Counter-protests are expected.
Editor’s Note: Use your own freedom of speech to counter messages of hate. Feel free to submit a post on our Facebook page. Do also remember to remain peaceful and safe.