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Fox's Juan Williams at Baltimore law event tonight

Fox News analyst Juan Williams, who was fired last week by National Public Radio (NPR) for controversial remarks he made about his feelings toward Muslims, will be speaking Tuesday night in Baltimore.

The event is a pro-bono recognition reception to honor volunteers and students co-hosted by the University of Maryland School of Law, Maryland Volunteers Lawyer Service, Leadership in Public Service and the Maryland Public Interest Law Project.

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The event, which will be held at the university's law school, is not open to the public and R.S.V.P.'s were invited by Oct. 15.

Williams, an author on such civil rights books as "Eyes on the Prize," had been a contributor to both NPR and Fox until last week. He had been with the public broadcaster for 10 years. His firing has become a flash point for culture-war media feuding on the eve of a highly-partisan, hotly contested midterm election.

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Read my reports on the controversy here, here and here.

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