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Kutztown University Distinguished Speaker Series On Law & Justice, 2008-2009: Home
Audio files of talks by Dr. Jack Kevorkian, Bobby Seale, Peter Irons, and Michael Parenti--speakers invited by KU Criminal Justice professor Will Plouffe, JD
Kevorkian, Seale, Irons, and Parenti at Kutztown
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Dr. Jack Kevorkian September 20, 2009 MP3(24.5MB - 105 min.) Civil Rights, Civil Disobedience, and Criminal Justice Euthanasia advocate, strident critic of conventionality; author of books on assisted suicide and the Ninth Amendment. Kevorkian died in June 2011.
Bobby Seale Feb. 27, 2009 MP3(36.8MB - 105 min.) STRONG LANGUAGE The Intersection of Race, Politics and Criminal Justice Founding Chairman of the Black Panther Party; Chicago Seven trial defendant;activist, ecologist, author, mentor to youth.
Peter Irons Oct. 29, 2008 MP3(39.2MB - 111 min.) War Powers, Guantanamo, and the Japanese Internment Camps Legendary civil rights attorney and activist;
founder of the Earl Warren Bill of Rights Project; legal scholar and historian.
Michael Parenti Sep. 17, 2008 MP3(29.6MB - 84 min.) Terrorism and Superpatriotism Longtime judge for Project Censored;
former Fellow at the Institute for Policy Studies;
progressive opinion leader and author of twenty books.
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