December 05, 2018|Noura ErakatWashington Post
Last week, Marc Lamont Hill, academic, activist and media personality, addressed the United Nations at its commemoration of the International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People.
December 04, 2018|David Palumbo-LiuThe Nation
Marc Lamont Hill is a Temple University professor and was, until last week, a commentator for CNN.
December 04, 2018|Editorial BoardThe Temple News
Last Wednesday, Temple University media studies and production professor Marc Lamont Hill made controversial anti-Israel remarks during a speech at the United Nations.
December 04, 2018|Greta AndersonThe Temple News
Temple University is considering reprimanding Marc Lamont Hill, the media studies and production and urban education professor whose anti-Israel remarks in a United Nations speech spurred a national controversy.
December 03, 2018|Lloyd GroveThe Daily Beast
Weeks before CNN dropped Temple University media studies professor Marc Lamont Hill from its roster of paid commentators executives at the cable outlet were aware that several Jewish groups had long considered him an enemy.
December 03, 2018|John PerazzoFrontPage Magazine
Last Wednesday, CNN analyst and Temple University professor Marc Lamont Hill addressed the opening meeting of the United Nations' annual “International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People.”
December 03, 2018|Jonathan ZimmermanPhiladelphia Inquirer
Let's imagine that Temple University professor Marc Lamont Hill's controversial comments on Israel last week took place in a college classroom, not at the United Nations.
December 03, 2018|Scott JaschikInside Higher Ed
Marc Lamont Hill lost his job as a commentator for CNN last week after using language calling for Israel's destruction in a speech at the United Nations.
December 01, 2018|Marc Lamont HillThe Temple News
I am writing this letter to directly address the controversy that emerged in the aftermath of my speech at the United Nations last week.
December 01, 2018|Marc Lamont HillPhiladelphia Inquirer
Over the past week, I have been embroiled in a controversy regarding my speech at the United Nations. I feel morally compelled to respond.