MEDIADr. Levitt in the News
Originally posted at CBC: Jeremy Levitt, the new dean of the University of New Brunswick’s law school, said King’s influence in the civil rights movement opened doors for him. “It is indeed tragic that the leader of the modern human rights movement...
Dr. Levitt discusses President Obama’s nominee to The Supreme Court.
International law professor, Jeremy Levitt and former U.S. Senator George Lemieux give opposing views.
Orlando residents Dick Batchelor, Jeremy Levitt and Ann Hellmuth share their impressions of meeting former South African President Nelson Mandela who died at 95.
From Radio France Internationale: A former banker and UN director who was no stranger to Liberian politics, Sirleaf was handed a mandate to advance transitional justice and grow her country. According to Dr. Jeremy Levitt, a US professor and international...
Jeremy Levitt, a law professor at the University of New Brunswick, talks about free speech and human rights.
Dr. Levitt discusses the legal reason U.S. diplomatic lawyers are drafting for the use of force in Syria’s Civil War....
I prefer standing and placing my right hand on my heart during the national anthem, but I support Colin Kaepernick’s decision not to do so.read more
Are you empathetic or apathetic about the systemic killing of unarmed black men by police officers across the country?read more
Commentary with Carol Boyce Davies, Miami Herald, She didn’t just play the race card—she actually lived it!
Originally published in Miami Herald, July 03, 2015 Let’s agree that Rachel Dolezal is a learned performer in blackface, an authentic one-woman minstrel show. But let’s also agree that black womanhood cannot be captured in a performance or in body image, skin tone,...read more
Originally published in Orlando Sentinel, May 05, 2015 Black youth protesting on the streets of America should be recognized and celebrated, not demonized. For four centuries, black youth have been the moral compass of the U.S. Black youth have borne the brunt of...read more
Originally published in OrlandoSentinel.com, September 05, 2013 Why is President Obama provoking war with Syria? It’s not because the U.S. State Department has designated Syria as a state sponsor of terrorism since 1979 or because the government of President Bashar...read more