Hill, Anita

Hill, Anita (Faye)

(1956–  ) lawyer, professor; born in Lone Tree, Okla. After Yale Law School, she worked in Washington (1981–83) then taught law at Oral Roberts (1983–88) and the University of Oklahoma (1988). Her testimony at the confirmation of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas (1991) put sexual harassment on the national agenda.
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Among those pictured are: Brian Pennick, Raymond Ealand, Bernard Wilson, Duncan Meek, Brian Nixon, Alfred Hunter, Billy Allen, John Trenholme, Richard Thomas, Trevor Palfreeman, Marlene Taylor, Irene Vickers, Barbara Wilson, Beryl Sudion, Pauline Hill, Anita Clarke, Selina Davies, John Hall, Alan McFarlane, Ann Vivien, Margaret Jenkins, Ann Ryder, Pauline Wilkinson, Maureen Whatmore, Joan Pease, Janet Lakin and Wendy Hudson.
Hill, Anita. Reimagining Equality: Stories of Gender, Race, and Finding Home.