Rejecting Violence, Imagining Alternatives Speaker Series
Wed, October 14, 2009 • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM • Community Engagement Center - Rev. Marvin C. Griffin Building, 1009 East 11th Street, Austin, Texas 78702
All conversations will take place on Wednesdays in October, from 6:00 -
8:00 p.m. at the Rev. Marvin C. Griffin Building, 1009 East 11th Street,
Austin, Texas 78702.
Wednesday, October 7: Violence in Our Communities
Wednesday, October 14: Policing
Wednesday, October 21: Juvenile Justice?
Wednesday, October 28: Incarceration
The mission of the Texas After Violence Project is to listen empathetically, carefully, and without judgment to people directly touched by serious violence, the criminal justice system, incarceration, and executions in Texas; to share our findings widely, to the extent and in the manner consistent with individual interview narrators' express permission; and to promote collective, critical, and constructive conversations about effective ways to prevent and respond to violence. We work toward a more just and less violent Texas: a society that recognizes and affirms the dignity and value of every human being.
For more information about the Texas After Violence Project, please visit:
This series is sponspored by:
Texas After Violence Project
Texas Inmate Families Association (TIFA)
Texas Jail Project, ALLGO: a queer people of color organization
La Voz de Austin
and Center for Mexican American Studies (CMAS)
John L. Warfield Center for African and African American Studies (WCAAAS)
and Community for Engagement Center (CEC) of the Division of Diversity and Community Engagement at the University of Texas at Austin.