Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Justice Center co-hosts CCEL Think Tank on October 4 with the Alaska Innocence Project

The Justice Center is co-hosting the October 4 Center for Community Engagement & Learning (CCEL) Think Tank: "Does society owe anything to the wrongfully convicted?"  The Alaska Innocence Project (AIP) presents this issue to attendees, and the discussion will be co-led by Bill Oberly, AIP Executive Director, and Judy Owens-Manley, CCEL Director.

October 4 is International Wrongful Conviction Day. Students, faculty, staff, and community members are invited to this UAA event.

What: CCEL Think Tank - "Does society owe anything to the wrongfully convicted"
When: Tuesday, October 4, 1:00 - 2:15 p.m.
Where: UAA/APU Consortium Library, LIB 307
Parking: Free parking in the Library Lot only. Please allow extra time to park. Click here for a campus map.
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Pizza is provided by Moose's Tooth.

Think Tanks are a monthly community engagement experience in which a nonprofit agency presents a challenge or issue and attendees brainstorm solutions for the organization.  Students, faculty, staff and community members are invited to attend and assist this organization by contributing thoughts and ideas to the discussion.