Join us in watching & discussing the new documentary, True Justice, shows the unforgettable true story of the redeeming power of mercy to heal racial injustice. One of the most brilliant and influential lawyers of our time, Bryan Stevenson was a gifted young attorney when he founded the Equal Justice Initiative, EJI, to defend the falsely condemned, poor trapped in our criminal, unjust system. Based on his NYT Bestseller Just Mercy, A Story of Justice and Redemption, reveals heart-breaking case of a young, innocent man sentenced to die for a notorious murder he did not commit. Stevenson went on to create the EJI Legacy Museum and National Memorial for Peace and Justice to broaden the understanding and support for overcoming racial injustice.
After the movie, please stay to learn more. Our panel will include speakers from the Northwest African American Museum, NAAM and the American Civil Liberties Union, ACLU.
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As always, it is free to watch the film. Donations accepted for the production expenses.