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Cuban Five forums at US Law Schools in September, October

Cuban Five forums at US Law Schools in September, October

With the 15th anniversary of the Cuban Five’s unjust imprisonment approaching, the National Committee to Free the Cuban Five is busy organizing public events at Universities and Law Schools to reach new audiences among law students and faculty, as well as the wider university and community public.

For Friday, Sept. 13, at the University of the District of Columbia Law School, several student associations, including the Black Law Students Association, Black Men’s Law Society, Latino/a Law Student Association, National Lawyers Guild-UDC, and the Criminal Justice Society, are working with the National Committee on an important evening forum, featuring Danny Glover and Cuban Five attorney Richard Klugh.

For Thursday, Oct. 24, in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, two important forums will be held at The Institute for the Study of the Americas and The University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill Law School. Among the panelists will be Danny Glover, Cuban Five attorney Bill Norris, and Louis Pérez Jr., ISA director and acclaimed Cuba historian.

If you are a student, faculty member or interested community activist, contact us today if you would like to organize a similar forum!
Write to us at: info@freethefive.org or call 415-821-6545

Friday, Sept. 13, 6:00 pm at
The University of District of Columbia Law School
featuring Danny Glover and Cuban Five attorney Richard Klugh

Thursday, Oct. 24, 12 noon at
* The University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill Law School
featuring Danny Glover and Cuban Five attorney William Norris

Thursday, Oct. 24, 6:00 pm at
* The Institute for the Study of the Americas
featuring Danny Glover, William Norris and Louis Pérez Jr.

National Committee to Free the Cuban Five
Email: info@freethefive.org * web: http://www.freethefive.org

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