Please ensure Javascript is enabled for purposes of website accessibility

Tag Archives: juan williams

Smithsonian hosts symposium on Ferguson, race, police force

WASHINGTON — After several cases of police shooting unarmed black men have drawn protests and national scrutiny, the Smithsonian Institution is examining this moment in American history. The National Museum of African American History and Culture is holding a daylong ...

Read More »

For Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service, pro bono work gives hope

When the Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service signed Juan Williams as the keynote speaker for its Pro Bono Week reception, it wasn’t looking for controversy. Williams, whose remarks during a Fox News debate cost him his job at National Public Radio ...

Read More »

Juan Williams: The Interview

Juan Williams told colorful stories about Thurgood Marshall and the importance of pro bono work Tuesday night at Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service’s annual awards reception. He also addressed what would otherwise have become the elephant in the room. “I’ve been ...

Read More »

Juan Williams discusses dismissal from NPR

Former NPR news analyst Juan Williams talks with reporters Tuesday night about his firing from NPR over remarks he made on Fox News Channel last week. Williams was at the University of Maryland School of Law to give a previously-scheduled speech for Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service's annual awards reception.

Read More »