Tuesday, August 1, 2017

You Don't Have to be in New York to . . .

. . . listen in on some of the human rights-related events at the annual American Bar Association meeting in NYC, from August 10-15, 2017.  Many of the programs will be live-streamed.  Here are several that will be of interest to our readers:

 

From Standing Rock to Flint:  Water Rights, Race and Resistance, Aug. 13, 9 - 10:30 a.m. Live-stream will be available here.

 

 
Many more programs at the annual ABA meeting will address sanctuary cities issues, immigration due process, death penalty issues (8/14,  9:30 a.m., live-stream available), and others.  For more information on these programs, some of which may require registration, look here.
 

 

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Comments

Thanks for this useful post. I can't attend the Annual Meeting and wouldn't have thought to check for livestreams if not for this post.

Posted by: Gabriel Armas-Cardona | Aug 1, 2017 8:56:46 AM

Thanks for the positive feedback! We try to mix it up with a combination of opinion pieces and useful resources -- glad that we hit the mark!

Posted by: Martha Davis | Aug 2, 2017 10:22:24 AM

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