Virtual Youth Workshop: Saving the Law – July 24
Posted by Free Library of Philadelphia on July 14, 2020
A discussion on the necessity of removing racial bias and prejudice embedded in the law so that effective legal reform is possible. We will discuss the following criminal defenses and legal theories: Justifiable Murder in connection with Mike Brown, Qualified Immunity in connection with George Floyd, and Reasonable Suspicion in connection with Elijah McClain.
This workshop is the first in a series of workshops preparing participants for this year’s fifth annual Social Justice Symposium, which will take place on Saturday August 1. This workshop is open to students age 12-20 and registration is required.
Date and Time: July 24, 2020, 3 PM
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