Harvard Law School & Native American

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Harvard Law School has only one tenured minority woman, Gottlieb Professor of Law Elizabeth Warren, who is Native American
One of, if not the, greatest controversies surrounding Elizabeth Warren was her claim to be Native American, specifically Cherokee. The controversy was sparked in late April 2012, when the Boston Herald revealed that in the late 1990s Harvard Law School had promoted Warren as a Native American facul
Look at the publication source, pretty interesting. I think she speaks with forked tongue. - But all was not settled. Brown’s campaign manager Jim Barnett kept the hits coming after the debate, telling Indian Country Today Media Network, “Tonight, Elizabeth Warren claimed that being Native American was part of who she is, and ‘it’s not going to change.’ Her problem is that she has changed who she claims to be repeatedly. For years she checked the box that she was white. Then when she started looking for jobs in the Ivy League, she suddenly claimed she was minority. And once she reached the pinnacle of academia with a tenured position at Harvard, she went back to listing herself as white.” Warren has been a professor of law at Harvard Law School since the early 1990s. Early on there, she listed herself as Native, and Harvard promoted her in publications as such. Later, she quietly stopped listing herself that way, but Harvard continued to say it had a Native faculty member. Read more:
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It seems that there documented evidence that when Warren joined the Harvard Law School as a Robert Baucher visiting professor of law in 1992 and was appointed the Leo Gottlieb Professor of Law in 1995, on both occassions she was announced in person as a minority. At the time she became a permanent law professor, Harvard University touted Ms. Warren as the law school’s first female minority tenured professor, and identified her minority classification as Native American, by it's President. More trouble ahead, as it brings her integrity and character into question, as it is now clear that she received some advantage from this, at the time. When the NY Times is on your case as a liberal, you best have a good answer as to "why?"
Giggle-snort of the day: Ace of Spades asks Elizabeth Warren questions the lapdog media won’t ask at all, in keeping with their all out support of the ever more, still and continual lying liberals. Posted at 10:44 am on September 8, 2012 by Twitchy Staff Elizabeth Warren, what do you think was the most difficult part about growing up as a Woman of Color in Oklahoma? The lapdog media have let Elizabeth “Running Joke” Warren skate on questions about her "claimed" Cherokee heritage. Luckily we have intrepid blogger Ace of Spades to do the job the lapdoggies won’t. Ace, Pow Wow Chowed down on Harvard Law’s first plagiarist "woman of color" and her claims of authentic Native American ancestry. Fauxcahontas, meet tomahawk: (These are questions one would like to pose to Elizabeth Warren, Alias Fauxcahontas) For those of you who may not know, Elizabeth Warren's history, she claims Cherokee Heritage specifically to gain favor on applications by being a minority woman of Native (American) Indian an ...
Harvard reported for 6 yrs in fed diversity stats was Native American
Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren has said that she was unaware that Harvard Law School had been promoting her purported Native American Heritage until she read about it in a newspaper several weeks ago. But for at least six straight years during Warren’s tenure, Harvard reported in federally mandat...
A newly revealed document taken from a 1999 Affirmative Action Plan Book published by Harvard University indicates that Elizabeth Warren was officially listed as a Native American by Harvard Law School. Though Warren is not mentioned by name, the report shows just one Native American member of the l...
Harvard professor who sided with Warren on Native American Heritage also a campaign donor: A Harvard Law School ...
JULIA She briefly taught at Harvard Law School after she claimed Native American ancestry.
OMFG, seriously? Harvard Law School listed 1 Native American on faculty in the 90's and it was.Elizabeth Warren?
Harvard Law School lists one lone Native American faculty member on its LATEST diversity census report
It figures. Harvard Law School won’t say if Elizabeth Warren is their one Native American listed on its diversity census report.The Boston Herald reported, via Free Republic:
Fending off questions about whether she used her Native American Heritage to advance her career, Elizabeth Warren said yesterday she enrolled as a minority in law school directories for nearly a decade because she hoped to meet others with tribal roots. “I listed myself in the directory...
Another new low in US discourse. Malkin can get away with this because there are no Native Americans working in the corporate/national media. Not one: [A recent article posted by Michelle Malkin with the headline “Sacaja-whiner:” Elizabeth Warren and the Oppression Olympics” paired partial references to multiple Native American names with ways to ridicule Ms. Warren's ancestry claims. Ms. Malkin wrote: "Call her 'Pinocchio-hontas,' 'Chief Full-of-Lies,' 'Running Joke' or 'Sacaja-whiner.' " Ms. Warren, a Harvard Law School professor, has been forced to respond to reports that she listed herself as a minority professor in the past. She maintains that she’s of Cherokee descent.]
Harvard Law School had touted Warren as a Native American employee in the 1990s when the school was under fire for...
Well she was kind of telling the truth. Desperately scrambling to validate Democrat Elizabeth Warren’s Native American Heritage amid questions about whether she used her minority status to further her career, the Harvard Law professor’s campaign last night finally came up with what they claim is a Cherokee connection — her great-great-great-grandmother. “She would be 1⁄32nd of Elizabeth Warren’s total ancestry,” noted genealogist Christopher Child said, referring to the candidate’s great-great-great-grandmother, O.C. Sarah Smith, who is listed on an Oklahoma marriage certificate as Cherokee. Smith is an ancestor on Warren’s mother’s side, Child said. The missing link comes after Warren’s embattled campaign faced sharp questions about her Native American background in the wake of Herald stories that showed both Harvard Law School and Warren herself had touted her tribal lineage and claimed she was a member of a minority for years. Warren’s shaken campaign faced another crisis yester ...
Elizabeth Warren’s supposed Native American Heritage was once touted by Harvard Law School officials who cited her claim as proof of their faculty’s diversity. Warren’s claim put the candidate in an awkward position as campaign aides last night attempted to scrambled but failed to produce documents ...
A controversy has broken out in Massachusetts over the fact that Harvard Law School has claimed professor and current senatorial candidate Elizabeth as a minority member of the faculty based on apparent (but as yet unconfirmed) Native American ancestry. The Brown camp seems to think this is big ne...
Elizabeth Warren said yesterday she is “proud” of her Native American Heritage and indicated she had no problem with Harvard Law School using her roots to claim her as a diversity hire, but her campaign still could not produce documents proving her lineage. “I am very proud of...
After years of Harvard Law School touting Elizabeth Warren's Native American roots, her staff failed to find any proof that she has ties to the Cherokee and Delaware tribes.
On this day in Black History: William H. Hastie confirmed as judge of Federal District Court in Virgin Islands and became the first Black federal judge in 1937. Hastie (November 17, 1904 – April 14, 1976) was an American, lawyer, judge, educator, public official, and advocate for the civil rights of African Americans. Hastie was born in Knoxville, Tennessee, the son of William Henry Hastie, Sr. and Roberta Childs. His maternal ancestors were of African-American and Native American Heritage, and family tradition mentioned that one female ancestor was a Malagasy princess. Hastie graduated first in his class, magna *** laude from Amherst College in Massachusetts, then earned a doctorate in juridical studies from Harvard Law School. He then became a professor at Howard University School of Law in Washington, D.C. During his tenure as a legal professor at Howard University, Hastie became a member of Omega Psi Phi fraternity. One of his students there was future Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall. He als ...
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