From Ferguson to Guantanamo: Institutionalized Brutality and Torture

When: Saturday, January 10, 2015 at 8 p.m.
Where: First Trinity Lutheran Church, 4th St and E St. NW (Judicial Square stop on the Redline)

Experts will connect the dots between the police killing of unarmed African Americans in the U.S. and the brutal treatment of Muslim men imprisoned at Guantanamo. The panelists include Kathy Kelly (Voices for Creative Nonviolence), Marsha Coleman-Adebayo (DC Hands-Up Coalition), and a Center for Constitutional Rights attorney.  (Others to be announced.) The Peace Poets from New York will begin and end the evening with performances.

This program is the Dorothy Day Catholic Worker Clarification of Thought program for January. Please join us.

Co-sponsored by Witness Against Torture and Dorothy Day Catholic Worker

For more info call Dorothy Day Catholic Worker: 202-882-9649.

For more info about the January 5-12, 2015 Witness Against Torture Fast and Public Witness to Close Guantanamo,
see: www.witnesstorture.org.
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