Dean of UDC Law Speaks at #BLM March

Washington D.C. – June 6th, 2020

The Renée McDonald Hutchins, the Dean of the University of the District of Columbia David A. Clarke School of Law compared the death of George Floyd to past martyrs of the Civil Rights movement like George Stinney who was executed by the state when he was 14 years old.

She also called for everyone at the march to take the energy of today and turn it into actions tomorrow… Including studying for the bar and becoming a lawyer. 

As the protests continued in front of the White House in Washington DC, a couple of thousand people rallied in front of the Capitol for a march. 
Before the march actually began Dean of UDC law Renee McDonald Hutchins spoke to the assembled masses.

The dean compared the death of George Floyd to past martyrs of the Civil Rights movement like George Stinney who was executed by the state when he was 14 years old.

She also called for everyone at the March to take the energy of today and turn it into actions tomorrow,  including studying for the bar and becoming a lawyer. 

As the protests continued in front of the White House in Washington DC, a couple thousand people rallied in front of the Capitol for a march. 
Before the march actually began Dean of UDC law Renee McDonald Hutchins spoke to the assembled masses.

The dean compared the death of George Floyd to past martyrs of the Civil Rights movement like George Stinney who was executed by the state when he was 14 years old.

She also called for everyone at the March to take the energy of today and turn it into actions tomorrow… Including studying for the bar and becoming a lawyer. 


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