Friday, October 23, will include the “Say Her Name Session” featuring UCLA and Columbia Law School professor Kimberle Crenshaw to discuss the wrongful brutality and murder of African-American women. Joining the discussion are attorney Azadeh Zohrabi, National Campaigns, for the Ella Baker Center and Maya Schenwar, editor-in-chief of Truthout and author of “Locked Down, Locked Out: Why Prison Doesn’t Work and How We Can Do Better.”
Saturday, October 24, presents the “Free Me Forum” featuring notable Georgetown Law professor Paul Butler and White House Champion of Change Daryl Atkinson to discuss the problem of mass incarceration in the United States.
The films being screened Friday are:
- Bridging the Divide
- The Throwaways
- Lost in Detention
- Home of the Brave
The films being screened Saturday are:
- 15 to Life
- Tales of the Grim Sleeper
- Peace Officer
- Imperial Dreams
Sunday morning, October 25, will feature the Justice Breakfast, co-hosted by the Honorable Congresswoman Karen Bass, Doheny Mansion of Mount Saint Mary’s University. During the breakfast, a listening panel of public officials will hear public testimonials from the community and convene for viable solutions focused on justice and reform.