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Olympia Duhart
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Olympia Duhart is a writer and Professor of Law at Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, where she teaches Constitutional Law, Women and the Law, and Lawyering Skills and Values. She is a former reporter with The Miami Herald. She is also one of the editors of Vulnerable Populations and Transformative Law Teaching: A Critical Reader.

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Much More Than a Zombie Film: Danger Word Brings Special Messages to Black Community

(3) Comments | Posted June 4, 2013 | 5:23 PM

In "The Walking Dead," Warm Bodies and the upcoming World War Z, zombies are leaving deep footsteps in Hollywood. Now, black filmmakers are adding their own imprint to the zombie trek with the short film Danger Word, starring veteran actor Frankie Faison as a man trying...

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LGBT and Race Alliances Critical in Civil Rights Battle for Marriage Equality

(8) Comments | Posted January 28, 2013 | 9:00 PM

We have not finished yet.

Civil rights, individual liberties and equal treatment under the law still prove elusive for many black Americans.

These goals are also beyond the reach of many other people who call America home. Immigrants strive to find a place that is safe and welcoming. Women...

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Multiracial Streetcar Named Desire Revival Stirs Controversy on the Great White Way

(86) Comments | Posted June 19, 2012 | 6:32 PM

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At its core, A Streetcar Named Desire is a story about culture clash and self-deception.

The 1947 play by Tennessee Williams is driven by a conflict between those divided by social class, and
by a stark lack of self-awareness among central characters regarding sexuality,...

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