Cuban Blogger Yoani Sanchez Visits Cardozo Law

Yoani Sanchez Writes on "A New Era for Cuba and the U.S."

Sanchez, a dissident Cuban blogger, previously visited Cardozo Law to speak with students about life as an activist under the Castro regime, the role of technology in free speech, and the importance of sharing her experiences with others.

Goliath Opens His Wallet
Yoani Sánchez: A New Era for Cuba and the United States

By Yoani Sánchez

Cardozo Law Professor Michelle Adams analyzes the decision in Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin, and what it means for affirmative action.

Professor Michael Burstein discusses the United States Supreme Court's decision against Myriad Genetics—and the practical a

Dissident Cuban blogger Yoani Sánchez spoke with students and guests at Cardozo Law. She discussed life as an activist under the Castro regime, the role of technology in free speech, and the importance of sharing her experiences with others.

Cardozo Law Professors Kate Shaw and Ed Stein discuss the Supreme Court's role in the Defense of Marriage Act.

Cardozo Law Professor Michelle Adams discusses the upcoming Supreme Court case of Fisher v. University of Texas, a case that could have a far-reaching impact on affirmative action in higher education. Professor Adams is the co-director of the Floerscheimer Center for Democracy.

Jeffrey Brown, news anchor and senior correspondent at the PBS NewsHour, sits down with former CIA General Counsel John Rizzo to discuss the film Zero Dark Thirty during the Cardozo Law panel Zero Dark Thirty: Law, Film, and the Hunt for Bin Laden.

 

 The Oscar-nominated film Zero Dark Thirty, depicting the decade-long intelligence effort that led to the discovery and killing of Osama bin Laden, has reignited the national debate about torture.