VIDEO: Despite backlash, UF students defend Clarence Thomas lecture
- The University of Florida law school recently announced Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas would teach a short class in January 2020.
- A group called We Believe Survivors formed to protest Thomas’ upcoming class.
- Campus Correspondent Anthony Leonardi interviewed students on the issue.
The University of Florida recently announced that U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas would be teaching a short class for law students in January 2020.
A group called We Believe Survivors formed to protest Thomas’ class. Citing the #MeToo movement and Christine Blasie Ford, Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s accuser, the group and its members said that Thomas should not have been invited to lecture because he was previously accused of “sexual misconduct.”