By Nick Muscavage (October 7, 2021, 3:59 PM EDT) — Rutgers University on Wednesday voted to strip the name of an alumnus and former U.S. Supreme Court justice off a building at its Newark campus.
Former U.S. Supreme Court Justice Joseph P. Bradley was appointed to the court in 1870.
Bradley Hall — named after Joseph P. Bradley — will be renamed 110 Warren St., its address in Newark, New Jersey, after the university’s board of governors agreed with a special committee that several of the former justice’s opinions do not align with the school’s values.
The committee’s recommendations, which were first reported by NJ.com, also included presenting information about Justice…
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