A Symposium on the Elaine Massacre - Rayman L. Solomon - Moore v. Dempsey and the Rights Revolution

Rayman L. Solomon served as provost of Rutgers-Camden and dean of the Law School for 16 years. Prior to coming to Rutgers-Camden, he was associate dean for academic affairs and curriculum at Northwestern University School of Law; associate director and research fellow at the American Bar Foundation; and director of the Seventh Circuit History Project. In 1981, he published History of the Seventh Circuit, 1890–1941.   Born in Helena, Arkansas, Solomon graduated with a B.A. from Wesleyan University and earned a J.D. and a Ph.D. in American Legal History from the University of Chicago. He has been an active member of the Elaine Massacre Memorial Committee.

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