Glenn Greenwald Keynote - With Liberty and Justice for Some (Part 1)

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The University of Missouri School of Law presents: Glenn Greenwald Keynote "With Liberty and Justice for Some - The Two-Tiered U.S. Justice System"

Part 1 - Keynote Talk and Q & A with Glenn Greenwald

Glenn Greenwald is a journalist, attorney, writer for The Guardian, former columnist for Salon.com and author of four best-selling books, including "With Liberty and Justice for Some: How the Law Is Used to Destroy Equality and Protect the Powerful."

"The most important voice to have entered the political discourse in years."— Bill Moyers, journalist

A panel discussion to follow focusing on differential treatment of various groups under the U.S. justice system, such as African-Americans, Latino/as, Muslim-Americans, Middle Easterners, LGBTQ, political dissidents and immigrants, undocumented or otherwise.

Co-sponsored by MU Law School, The Chancellor's Diversity Initiative, MU Peace Studies, MU women & Gender Studies, MU Sociology Dept., MU History Dept., MU Black Studies Program, MU Muslim student Organization, National Coalition to Protect Civil Freedoms, Missouri Civil Liberties Association, Missouri Assoc. for Social Welfare (MASW), Mid-MO Peace Coalition, Mid-MO Fellowship of Reconciliation (FOR), Mid-MO Peaceworks, The Center Project, Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Jefferson City, Mid-MO PFLAG, Howard County Progressives, Mid-MO Pride Fest, Peace Haven International, and ACLU of Eastern Missouri
(Partial List)

Filmed September 27, 2012, in Room 7, Hulston Hall, University of Missouri School of Law, at 6:00 p.m.

Links:
University of Missouri School of Law:
http://law.missouri.edu/
Part 2 - Panel Discussion and Q & A:
http://youtu.be/yAA1IN73qCY
Copyright Information:
http://www.missouri.edu/copyright.php

© 2012 - Curators of the University of Missouri




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