William Araiza Quoted in The New Yorker
William D. Araiza of Brooklyn Law School was recently quoted in The New Yorker preview of playwright Heidi Schreck’s autobiographical play, “What the Constitution Means to Me.” Professor Araiza served as an adviser to Ms. Schreck and her team on the law behind the play.
Professor Araiza first connected with Ms. Schreck at the Elevator Repair Service theater company’s performance of the play Arguendo, which was about a First Amendment case. After participating in several audience talkbacks about the play, Araiza was contacted to advise on this new project focusing on the Constitution.
Read The New Yorker story here.
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