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Social Justice Summit: Lived Experience of Disenfranchisement
November 16, 2019 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm$25 – $50
“Our desire for the SJS is to help people build networks, to encourage ongoing conversations, expand the circle of people who want to identify social issues, and match them with people who are skilled in solving those problems.”
– John Ridley
Join No Studios for the second day of The Social Justice Summit, focusing on topics surrounding the lived experience of disenfranchisement.
Hosted at Marquette University in the Alumni Memorial Union (AMU) Ballroom.
Registrants have the option to purchase a ticket for the full day of events, or specific sessions. The Morning session (9 am – noon) will include talks about Criminal Justice Reform: Re-imagining Solutions, and Human Trafficking: Hidden in Plain Sight.
The morning session will be followed by a networking lunch.
The Afternoon session (1 pm – 4 pm) includes the topics of Fair Housing: Crossing Invisible Lines, and Art as a Change Agent: Protest and Rejuvenation.
More information can be found at nostudios.com/sjs
Pictured are Milwaukee civil rights demonstrators protesting police actions in Selma, Alabama on March 13, 1965. About 2,500 people marched from the headquarters of CORE to the Milwaukee County Courthouse. Image courtesy of the UWM March on Milwaukee, Civil Rights Project.