30 Facts About Marc Lamont Hill

1. Furthermore, the trustees said that Marc Lamont Hill's words were criticized as "virulent anti-Semitism" and "hate speech".

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2. In November 2018, Marc Lamont Hill rejected this characterization, saying this was a "call for justice" referring to the existing borders of the Palestinian territories on the Mediterranean Sea and Jordan River (West Bank).

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3. Marc Lamont Hill, represented by his brother, attorney Leonard Hill, filed a civil lawsuit on October 12, 2010 against the City of Philadelphia and four police officers, including DeCoatsworth.

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4. Marc Lamont Hill organizes and teaches adult literacy courses for high school dropouts in Philadelphia and Camden.

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5. Marc Lamont Hill is a founding board member of My5th, a non-profit organization aiming to educate youth about their legal rights and responsibilities.

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6. Marc Lamont Hill left Teachers College in 2014 to join the faculty at Morehouse College as Distinguished Professor of African American Studies.

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7. Marc Lamont Hill was the host of the syndicated television show Our World with Black Enterprise and hosts the online Internet-based HuffPost Live.

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8. Marc Lamont Hill was born on December 17, 1978 and is an American academic, author, activist, and television personality.

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9. Marc Lamont Hill urged countries to boycott Israel in a speech on Wednesday, calling for a "free Palestine from the river to the sea.

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10. Marc Lamont Hill referred to the founding of Israel in May 1948 as "the great catastrophe", borrowing the term "Nakba", which is used by Palestinians.

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11. Marc Lamont Hill said at the United Nations that there should be a "free Palestine from the river to the sea.

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12. Marc Lamont Hill ended his remarks by calling for a free Palestine "from the river to the sea", a line often recognized as a mantra used by Palestine nationalists speaking out against Israel.

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13. Marc Lamont Hill fired from CNN amid accusations of anti-Semitism that he denies.

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14. Marc Lamont Hill is one of their articulate mouth pieces who stepped over the line and needed to be spanked.

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15. At the time, Marc Lamont Hill said he disagreed with Farrakhan on certain issues and that the two discussed "many things" in their meeting, including "the question of anti-Semitism in depth" and LGBTQ issues.

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16. Marc Lamont Hill called for a "free Palestine from the river to the sea.

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17. Marc Lamont Hill sent a series of tweets responding to his firing and defending his speech.

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18. On Thursday morning, Marc Lamont Hill attempted to defend his remarks on Twitter.

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19. Marc Lamont Hill had come under criticism for his remarks during a Wednesday meeting of the Committee on the Exercise of the Inalienable Rights of the Palestinian People in observance of the International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People.

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20. Marc Lamont Hill does not represent Temple University and his views are his own.

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21. Marc Lamont Hill claimed on Twitter the phrase "precedes Hamas by more than 50 years.

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22. Marc Lamont Hill denied using the "river to the sea" comment during the speech, although conservatives and pro-Israel figures blasted him for referencing a phrase often used by anti-Israel terror groups.

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23. Marc Lamont Hill was dropped as a pundit by the cable news network Thursday after he made comments about boycotting Israel and calling for a "free Palestine from the river to the sea.

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24. Marc Lamont Hill was dropped Thursday after he made comments during a UN speech about boycotting Israel and calling for a 'free Palestine from the river to the sea.

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25. At the time of the meeting in 2016, Marc Lamont Hill said on Instagram of the meeting: "Been blessed to spend the last day with Minister Louis Farrakhan.

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26. Marc Lamont Hill urged the public to write to District Attorney David McDade to express concerns about his desire to appeal the court's decision to void the sentence of Genarlow Wilson.

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27. Marc Lamont Hill publicly argued for the release of Genarlow Wilson and Shaquanda Cotton.

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28. Marc Lamont Hill was named one of America's top 30 black leaders under 30 years old by Ebony magazine.

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29. From 2005 to 2009, Marc Lamont Hill was a professor of urban education and American studies at Temple University.

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30. Marc Lamont Hill is an American academic, author, activist, and television personality.

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