Syracuse University’s Office of Academic Affairs has hired a director for the University’s new Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence. Martha A. Kalnin Diede, who comes to Syracuse from Western Carolina University, has been appointed to the new post effective…
A Conversation with Trayvon Martin’s Family Lawyer
Make your way to the Hergenhan Auditorium this Wednesday at 6 p.m. as the Black Student Law Association, along with the National Association of Black Journalists Syracuse University and the
Cold Case Justice Initiative (CCJI) present: “A Conversation with Attorney Benjamin Crump—Trayvon Martin’s Family Lawyer.”
On the birthday of one of the greatest civil rights leaders, Martin Luther King Jr., Crump’s remarks will make connections to King’s commitment to racial, economic and social justice, the work that he does in this vein and the obligation that everyone has to make a difference on the critical issues of our time. He will also address the circumstances and justice imperatives that pertain to the deaths of Trayvon Martin, and his most recent clients, the Kendrick Johnson family.
We hope that you will join us for this thought-provoking conversation.
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