Monday, April 16, 2007

Kerry Max Cook to Speak at UT-Austin April 17 at noon

The Texas Journal of Civil Liberties and Civil Rights Cordially Invites You to Attend:

Reexamining incarceration: A Discussion on Civil Rights and the Prison System

April 17, 2007
12:00 – Catered Lunch
Kerry Max Cook, author of Chasing Justice
exonerated after spending two decades on Texas’
death row for a crime he did not commit
(Please RSVP for lunch to
Francis Auditorium, 2nd floor, UT Law School

1:30 – Panel : “Juvenile Justice: How do we fix this mess?”
Scott Medlock, Texas Civil Rights Project, Will Harrell, ACLU of Texas, and Isela Gutierrez, Texas Coalition Advocating for Juvenile Justice

3:00 – Panel: “Fighting from the outside: Civil Society Challenges to the Conditions of incarceration”, Nicole Porter, American Civil Liberties Union
of Texas, Michele Deitch, Professor, LBJ School of Public Policy, University of Texas, J. Rogue, AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power, Andria Shively, Inside Books Project

Both Panels will be held in the Eidmann Courtroom, UT School of Law, 727 East Dean Keeton Street × Austin, Texas 78705 × 512.232.1278 ×

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