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Evening Ethics Discussion and Food: What It Means if the Death Penalty Is Dying

  • Aug 20, 2014 · 6:30 PM
  • Paula & Ben's Home

Social Justice: What It Means if the Death Penalty Is Dying

As executions become concentrated in fewer and fewer states and racial disparities continue, does the application of capital punishment make it unconstitutionally cruel and unusual?

This is a discussion led by Wes Fornès using a section from “Room for Debate” in the NY Times.


*Vegan soup served @ 6:30pm
*Discussion starts @ 7:30pm and ends @ 9:00pm

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