Pam Cytrynbaum, veteran journalist and Executive Director of the Chicago Innocence Project, speaks on "The Innocence Project: Exposing Wrongful Convictions." Calling her work of investigating injustice "the new civil rights movement," Cytrynbaum will discuss how investigative reporting and DNA testing have reversed miscarriages of justice with more than 1,200 innocent people released from American prisons since 1989.
Following each Sunday platform is an opportunity for the speaker to answer brief questions from the audience. All the Sunday morning programs at the Ethical Humanist Society of Chicago are free and open to the public. A children's program runs concurrently.
Please plan to stay afterwards for coffee hour -- a chance to meet the speaker and chat with members of the EHSC community.
A children's Golden Rule Sunday School program runs concurrently with the platform. Open to children from birth through 8th grade. Children will explore the world and their place in it through discussions, play, crafts, and critical thinking. Newcomers welcome!
All are welcome to our Sunday programs, which are free and open to the public. We are located at 7574 Lincoln Ave. in Skokie, at the corner of Lincoln and Howard. Parking is available in our lot, on adjacent streets, or in the nearby Albany Bank parking lot.
Coffee photo by Jeremy Nobel (some rights reserved).