Join us for a three-week educational and advocacy series that will bring together a diverse group of local and national leaders seeking major changes in the criminal justice system. The program will tackle two major issues of our time with the goal of educating, infuriating, inspiring, and hopefully enlisting people from our community in joining the fight to level the playing field by ensuring racial equality. The series will culminate with the highly anticipated visit to Queens University by Michelle Alexander, the critically acclaimed au-thor of The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness.

Tuesday, October 29: Documentary Film: Life after Life
             Directed by Tamara Perkins
             Followed by Panel Discussion         

Tuesday, November 5: Staged Reading of Original Play: Death of Justice
    By Rev. Dr. Willie J. Keaton Jr., Greenspon Center Justice Organizer and
    Pastor of Mount Olive Presbyterian Church

Tuesday, November 12: Challenges and Legal Barriers of Reentry from Jail and/or Prison
    With Panel of Leaders in Law Enforcement Including Sheriff Garry McFadden

Time: 6:45-8:45pm
Sessions will be led by Rabbi Judy Schindler
Location: Ketner Auditorium, Sykes Learning Center

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There is a $25 suggested registration fee for the series. Students are free. Checks can be made out to Queens University of Charlotte. Registration for the Learning Society Program with Michelle Alexander is separate.
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