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Friday, June 19 • 2:00pm - 3:30pm
What Does Justice Look Like?

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What does justice look like? A panel will discuss the history of Chicago police torture, which will include testimony by torture survivor Darrell Cannon. Panelists will recall the decades-long struggle demanding justice for survivors who were tortured by former Police Commander Jon Burge and share lessons from the recent campaign for reparations. We will question dominant narratives surrounding the notion of justice and offer possibilities for re-imagining what justice looks like.

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Alice Kim

Chicago Torture Justice Memorials
Alice Kim is an activist, cultural organizer, and writer. She is the Editor of Praxis Center, an online social justice resource center for scholars and activists. She is a founding member of Chicago Torture Justice Memorials and a long-time anti-death penalty activist and prison... Read More →

Joey Mogul

Chicago Torture Justice Memorials, People's Law Office
Joey Mogul is a partner at the People’s Law Office and a co-founder of the Chicago Torture Justice Memorials. Mogul has represented Chicago Police torture survivors for the last 15 years and directs the Civil Rights Clinic at DePaul University College of Law.

Friday June 19, 2015 2:00pm - 3:30pm EDT
State Hall: Room 131
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