Featuring: Bernardine Dohrn
Bernardine Dohrn, Associate Clinical Professor of Law, Founder and Director of the Children and Family Justice Center (retired) at Northwestern University School of Law, earned a BS and a J.D. from the University of Chicago. She taught criminal and juvenile justice, women and the law, and human rights at Northwestern University, the University of Chicago, Leiden University (the Netherlands) and Colby College. Bernardine was a leader of the anti-Vietnam War movement and a life-long comrade/participant in the Black Freedom Movement. She was on the FBI's "Ten Most Wanted" list for a decade, considered by the notorious J. Edgar Hoover "The most dangerous woman in America."