The acclaimed poet and director of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture will speak at the annual meeting on June 4—and other graduation-week speakers are announced.
From left to right: Walter K. Clair, Nancy-Beth Gordon Sheerr, Preston N. Williams.
The spirit of Harvard Law School, at 200, in a divisive era
A young girl jumps rope on the sidewalk next to her family’s belongings after they received a court order of eviction that was carried out by McLennan County deputy constables in Waco, Texas. Families like hers are the kind of clients badly in need of legal representation—and most often unlikely to receive it.
<p class="caption">A contemporary rendering of the Springfield arsenal attack during Shays’s Rebellion—a shaping event for the Founders</p>
<p class="credit">Image from Bridgeman Images</p>