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Published on May 4, 2009
Participants of the April 3rd Movement, a 1969 group of Stanford students who occupied the Applied Electronics Lab for 9 days in an anti-war protest - returned to the campus 40 years later to post a second petition on the President's door. This one says not to allow Condoleeza Rice teach any classes because of her involvement in the authorization of torture against U.S. law. National Lawyers Guild president Marjorie Cohn lays out the case against former Secretary of State and Stanford Provost, Condi Rice.