Professor Angela Mae Kupenda presents papers at Loyola University Chicago School of Law, and also at LatCrit XVI (San Diego), in October 2011.
Professor Angela Mae Kupenda presented a Constituional Law working paper at the Second Annual Constitutional Law Colloquium, of Loyola University Chicago School of Law, October 21-22, 2011, in Chicago, Illinois. Kupenda's paper is titled, "First Amendment Jurisprudence the Court Overlooked in Citizens United; Hillary and Avatar, the films; and how Birds of the Same Feather Flock Together." Her paper is about the Citizens United opinion, commerical speech, political speech, and underrepresented groups.
Also this month, Kupenda presented a First Amendment working paper at the LatCrit XVI Conference on Global Justice: Theories, Histories and Futures, October 6-9, 2011, in San Deigo, California. Kupenda's paper is titled, "(Re)complexioning a Simple Tale: Hate Speech and Colored Leadership." Her paper reconsiders language from the case, RAV v. St. Paul, in light of racial hate speech and the Black presidency.