The Justice Studies Program at James Madison University presents South Asian Film Series Fall 2009. All films will be screened on Wednesdays starting at 7 pm in Burruss Hall G44 The event is free and open to the public For more information, please contact Suraj at jacobsx@jmu.edu

Weds., October 7th ISAT 159 6-9PM Virginia Department of Health, The Collins Center, and Stop It Now! present an open dialogue on CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE PREVENTION. For more information contact Jacki at buffinjk@jmu.edu

Weds., October 14th ISAT 159 7:00pm Virginians for Alternatives to the Death Penalty, Witness to Innocence, and Amnesty International present VOICE OF THE EXONERATED: INNOCENCE AND THE DEATH PENALTY featuring speaker Shabaka WaQlimi, who was convicted of rape and murder and came within 13 hours of being executed. 

Former CIA Station Chief in Nigeria, Sudan, Pakistan, and Germany, Head of Covert Action in Support of the Afghan Resistance, and Recipient of the Distinguished Intelligence Medal, MILTON BEARDEN will speak on Afghanistan, An American "Adventure"

Wednesday, April 22, 2009 in ISAT 159 at 7:00 PM

One of the world's leading authorities on African Politics and Conflicts to speak on Wednesday, February 18, 2009 in ISAT 159 at 7:00pm "CAN THIS WAR EVER END? THE CONGO AND THE GREAT LAKES (1996-2008)

Wednesday, November 12, 2008 at 7:00pm ISAT 159 Journey of Hope presents a panel discussion comprised of murder victims family members, exonerated death row inmates, family of condemned inmates and activists.

22 YEARS ON TEXAS' DEATH ROW FOR A CRIME HE DID NOT COMMIT. Justice Studies and Amnesty International present Kerry Max Cook, author of Chasing Justice. Monday, October 27, 2008 7:30pm at Grafton-Stoval Theater

10/15/08 Kirk Bloodsworth, First Death Row Inmate to be Exonerated using DNA Evidence, speaks on the Justice Project: Working to Increase Fairness and Accuracy in the Criminal Justice System.

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