[act-ma] Wed 7/20 "Not Guilty" Community Conversation: Can black men know justice in America?

pf soto pfsoto at mynas.com
Thu Jul 14 21:47:39 PDT 2011


Wed, July 20
6-9pm
Cambridge Community Center <http://www.cambridgecommunitycenter.org>
5 Callendar St, Cambridge MA


  Forum: 'Not Guilty' Community Conversation

Will explore the real life pressures and societal treatment black men 
experience, the social determinants of health.
The forum will focus on the issues of black men and their civil rights 
and civil liberties. Most importantly, black men will be encouraged to 
actively advocate for societal awareness of their very real 21st century 
plight.

Can black men know justice in America?

The forum will be moderated by Professor Charles Ogletree of Harvard Law 
School and founder of the Charles Hamilton Houston Institute for Race 
and Justice <http://www.charleshamiltonhouston.org/Home.aspx> at Harvard 
Law School.

Contact info / RSVP:

  * Richard Harding
    617-354-0404, schools02139 at yahoo.com <mailto:schools02139 at yahoo.com>
  * John Clifford
    617-349-4204, jclifford at cambridgema.gov
    <mailto:jclifford at cambridgema.gov>


*Sponsored by*
Men of Color Task Force,
City Councillor Ken Reeves,
Cambridge NAACP,
Cambridge Elks Massasoit #129
	


  NOT GUILTY



About the Eurie Stamps case 
<http://www.metrowestdailynews.com/features/x1290144560/Shooting-victim-a-retired-MB0TA-worker-called-kind-gentle> 
About the DJ Henry case 
<http://globalhiphopbattles.com/2010/10/danroy-dj-henry-is-being-laid-to-rest-while-family-attorney-encourages-nys-dept-of-justice-to-intervene/>

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