Film screening: Criminal Records and the Ban the Box Movement
Posted by on January 02, 2012
Penn Law sets film screening on city’s ‘ban the box’ movement
The University of Pennsylvania Law School’s Documentaries and the Law series will feature a screening of Boxed Out: Criminal Records and the Ban the Box Movement in Philadelphia, on Wednesday, January 18th at 7:15pm in Gittis Hall, Room 213 at 34th and Walnut Streets in Philadelphia.
After the screening, the city’s deputy mayor for public safety, Everett Gillison, will speak on the city’s new “Ban the Box” regulation.
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