Clarence Thomas Hearings: 20 Years Later
Two decades after her seismic testimony, she doesn't shy away from talking about it.
His views reflect those of leaders from Booker T. Washington to Malcolm X, says Juan Williams.
Rather than simply judge him, blacks should look at how his hard life shaped his conservative views.
Twenty years later, a Harvard Law professor regrets not voicing his concerns.
Twenty years after the Thomas hearings, a conference introduces her legacy to a new generation.
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Anita Hill on Race, Equality and Opportunity Twenty years after her history-making testimony, she talked to NPR about the letters she's received over the years; her new book, Reimagining Equality; and how she maintained her faith in the system that confirmed Justice Thomas.