STOP THE VIOLENCE: HOW CAN WE HELP?
The Brandeis School of Law Diversity Committee presents: “Stopping the Violence: How Can We Help?” Moderator: Aaron Marcus, President, Black Law Students Association
Nov 20, 2012
from 12:00 pm to 01:50 pm
|Where||Brandeis School of Law, Room 275 (2d floor)|
|Contact Name||Robin R. Harris|
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The forum will feature three speakers from the community who will talk about what people can do to affect positive change in their neighborhoods, thereby helping to bring an end to the violence in Louisville--
-Ms. Dana Jackson, Executive Director, Network Center for Community Change (NC3) http://makechangetogether.org/ and the 15,000 Degrees Initiative,
-Mr. Anthony D. Smith, Director of Network Organizing, Network Center for Community Change, Youth Opportunities Unlimited Program,
-Ms. Kristen Lawrence Williams, Youth Advocate (and UofL Graduate, Class of 2012).
The audience will be able to ask questions throughout the program.
Special guests: Students from the UofL African American Male Initiative.
Co-sponsors: Anne Braden Institute for Social Justice Research; Black Law Students Association; UofL Office of Community Engagement.
A free, light lunch from Expressions of You Catering will be available at 11:30 a.m. and the Black Law Students Association will provide drinks.
Free and open to all.
For more information please contact Robin R. Harris at firstname.lastname@example.org