Miami - Civil Rights Through the Lens of Hip Hop: Jay-Z's "4:44"

February 15, 2018 @ 5:30 pm
@ 7:30 pm

Join the ACLU of Florida on Thursday, February 15 for an intimate conversation on civil rights, criminal justice reform, LGBT rights, and other issues impacting the African American community through the lens of Jay-Z's iconic album, "4:44." 

Panelists include:
  • Dwight Bullard, New Florida Majority 
  • Nephateria Burke, local Miami poet 
  • Andrea' Ezell, J.D. candidate, University of Miami School of Law and Vice President of the Black Law Student Association
  • Lora Mitchell, Author of Diary of a Young Black Girl and The Questions in Between and CEO, Lady L. Publishing
  • Trelvis Randolph, Wilkie D. Ferguson Bar Associations
  • Moderator: Melba Pearson, ACLU of Florida 
Free admission, but seating is limited. Food and drinks provided! 

The event is co-sponsored by the Gwen S. Cherry Black Women Lawyers Association, Miami-Dade Trial Lawyers Association, University of Miami School of Law ACLU Chapter, and Wilkie D. Ferguson Jr. Bar Association. 


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