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Justice Delayed: Wrongful Incarceration from Mandela to Today

April 22 @ 6:30 PM

As it was when Nelson Mandela was imprisoned nearly 60 years ago, the who, what, where, when, and why of incarceration remains a challenging topic. We invite you to a powerful dialogue about ending injustice in our prison and legal systems with Floyd Stafford, Sr. Project Manager National Initiatives – Research & Policy at Heartland Alliance and Co-founder of The Alumni Association, a peer support network for the formerly incarcerated. La Tanya Jenifor-Sublett, Community Activist who was wrongfully convicted & incarcerated, and Dr. Lisa Lee, Executive Director, National Public Housing Museum and Teacher at Statesville Prison will join Mr. Stafford.

Register: https://ihm.ec/justicedelayed

Presenting Sponsors: Wells Fargo, Allstate, Elizabeth Morse Charitable Genius Trust

Supporters: Jenner & Block; Women’s Leadership Committee of Illinois Holocaust Museum; Lester & Edward Anixter Family Foundation; Brenda & Lance Feis

Contributors: Chicago Bulls; Ernst & Young LLP; Nicor Gas; Victory Park Capital Advisors; In Honor of Harry & Harriet Bernbaum; Mitch & Cathy Feiger; Hackner Family; Jill & Rob Selati

Additional Funders: Golder Family Foundation; Keith & Caryl Jaffee; PwC; Judith & William Rader and Family; Morris & Judith Rosenzweig Family Foundation; Ilan & Rebekah Shalit; Rachel Brosnahan; Lance and Angela Donenberg; Lifeway Foods; North Shore (IL) Chapter of The Links, Incorporated; Mosaic Construction; North Suburban Synagogue Beth El Men’s Club; Quarles & Brady LLP; Laura Elizabeth Tanner

Community Partners: Bluhm Legal Clinic – Center on Wrongful Convictions; Chicago Cultural Alliance; Equity Institute at YWCA Evanston/North Shore; Heartland Alliance; Holocaust Memorial Resource and Education Center of Florida; JCUA; Niebuhr Center at Elmhurst University; The Peace Exchange Program of Holy Family Ministries; Shriver Center on Poverty Law’s Racial Justice Institute and Network

“Mandela: Struggle for Freedom” was developed by the Canadian Museum for Human Rights (Winnipeg, Canada) in partnership with the Apartheid Museum (Johannesburg, South Africa). Tour management services provided by Lord Cultural Resources.

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