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Valarie Kaur is an award-winning filmmaker, civil rights advocate, and interfaith leader who centers her work around the power of storytelling. She is the founder of Groundswell at Auburn Seminary, a non-profit initiative with 80,000+ members that equips people of faith to mobilize for social change. For the last decade, she has led national campaigns responding to hate crimes, racial profiling, immigration detention, and solitary confinement.
Sun03Aug20143:00 pmOmni Hotel, New Haven, CT
National Association of Sentencing Commissions Annual Conference
The Worst of the Worst will be screened before the opening reception of the NASC Conference. Craig Prins, Executive Director of the Oregon Criminal Justice Commission, will moderate a discussion about solitary confinement and sentencing. Members of the filmmaking team will be present.
Register to attend the conference here.
Wed03Sep20147:30–9:00 pmSt. Joseph, MN
College of St. BenedictDetails TBA.