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When Innocence Constitutes the Crime: Race, Memory, and Identity in the South
Start Date: 3/18/2013 All Day
End Date: 3/20/2013

Event Description:
March 18-March 20, 2013, the North Carolina State University History Department, with support from the University Honors Program, will hold a conference and theatre performance. On Tuesday, March 19 Dr. James E. Coleman from Duke University Law School will be giving a talk entitled “Juries, Race, and Customs: All-White Juries and the Legacy of Slavery.” On Monday, March 18 and Wednesday, March 20, two interactive workshops will take place, focusing on various topics dealing with race, gender, and law. Finally, on Wednesday, March 20 at 7:00 pm, Mike Wiley Productions will be performing Dar He: The Story of Emmett Till.
Location Information:
Poe Hall

Thompson Hall - Titmus Theatre

Withers Hall
Contact Information:
Name: Micah Khater
Phone: 919-395-8091
Email: mgkhater@ncsu.edu
Admission Information:
Free Registration Available Through Website.
Event URL:
http://history.ncsu.edu/innocence

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