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WAYS TO JUSTICE: Perspectives on Nonviolence, Civil Resistance and Self Defense - 3-day conference

The “Ways to Justice” conference brings together prominent scholars and activists who share an interest in the methods of struggle used in grassroots justice movements. A collection of historical anniversaries that are being marked in 2016, including the 50th anniversaries of the rise of the Black Power movement and founding of the Black Panthers, and of the release of the seminal film The Battle of Algiers, provide a frame for re-examining the challenges to nonviolent methods that arose in the 1960s and that reverberate in today's struggles for civil and human rights. May 6-7-8.  Lunch served on May 7-8 to all registered attendees.
Events on May 6th will be in Tresidder Union Oak Room West. Events on May 7th and 8th will be in Jordan and Sloan Halls, buildings 420 and 380 on the Main Quad. See each day on the calendar for details.



Saturday, May 7, 2016. 09:00 AM


Jordan Hall & Sloan Hall


Peace+Justice Studies Initiative and Martin Luther King, Jr. Research and Education Institute