[Fcs-staff] RE: Social Justice Series - February 10th
Beverly Ann Brehl
beverly.brehl at utah.edu
Fri Jan 28 12:57:19 MST 2011
I've posted the flyer online in case you want to have a weblink to easily send it to your students and/or colleagues.
Beverly A. Brehl, PhD
Higher Education Instructional Consultant
Center for Teaching & Learning Excellence (CTLE)
University of Utah
136 Sill Center
Assistant Professor (Lecturer)
Department of Family and Consumer Studies
University of Utah
From: fcs-faculty-admin at lists.fcs.utah.edu [mailto:fcs-faculty-admin at lists.fcs.utah.edu] On Behalf Of BOBBI DAVIS
Sent: Friday, January 28, 2011 11:09 AM
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Subject: [Fcs-faculty] FW: Social Justice Series - February 10th
From: Marilyn Miller Cox
Sent: Friday, January 28, 2011 10:16 AM
To: BOBBI DAVIS
Subject: FW: Social Justice Series - February 10th
From: Irene Ota
Sent: Thursday, January 27, 2011 1:09 PM
To: Marilyn Miller Cox
Subject: Social Justice Series - February 10th
Could you please distribute this?
Our February 10th event is very special and unique. Broadway actor Charles Holt stars as Gregory Bright in this on-man stage play documenting Mr. Bright's experience. Gregory Bright spent 27 ½ years in Angola prison for second degree murder before successfully proving his innocence. This documentary play, "Never Fight A Shark In Water," tells Mr. Bright's horrifying story of wrongful incarceration, and, at the same time, shares the uplifting spiritual story of his journey to forgiveness and freedom.
Mr. Bright will be in attendance and will join Mr. Holt to participate in a panel discussion following the performance.
Thank you for your support.
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