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Virginia Thomas vs. Anita Hill: The Animation

Our colleagues over at Slate have the latest offering from the animators over at Taiwan's Next Media.

Unless you've been waiting for the animated version of the story to come out, you know that Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas's wife, Virginia Thomas, called Anita Hill and asked her to apologize for her testimony in which she accused Clarence Thomas of sexual harassment. Hill has refused to apologize and stands by her testimony. The video offers a brief backgrounder on the decades-old scandal.

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