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Capital Punishment Discussion

Contributed by Kevin Walker on 02/25/2014 

Is the death penalty fair? Is it moral?

ICSaveTheBooks, a new student organization, will be discussing capital punishment Thursday Feb. 27th at 6 pm in Friends 309.

ICSaveTheBooks is a new organization committed to starting a books to prisoners program, because we view literacy as a right that should not be taken away due to incarceration. Our second goal is to raise awareness of issues related to incarcerated individuals (ex. stigma, economic struggles) and the prison/justice system (ex. prison economy). 

Hope to see you on Thursday!

 

Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Kevin Walker at kwalker3@ithaca.edu. We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.

Capital Punishment Discussion | 2 Comments |
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Capital Punishment Discussion Comment from cmichael on 02/26/2014
Just wanted to let you know of the Prisoner Express Project at the Durland Alternatives Library (in case you're not familiar with it): http://www.alternativeslibrary.org/programs/
Capital Punishment Discussion Comment from kwalker3 on 02/26/2014
Thanks. We are actually going to speak with Gary Fine in the near future about Prisoner Express.