Race Institute, Abington Friends School, Friends Select School and Friends Council on Education
Just Mercy is a powerful memoir about lawyer, activist and writer Bryan Stevenson that explores ideas of justice in the United States by recounting his experiences with death row inmates, many of whom have been unjustly incarcerated.
Whether or not you have read the book—or have seen the brilliant recent film starring Michael B. Jordan and Jamie Foxx (and we recommend both if you haven’t!), we invite you to join us for a video conference using the online platform ZOOM (instructions below). We will talk about Stevenson’s story and the critical issues it examines.
The ZOOM conversation will take place on Monday, March 16 from 6:30-7:45 pm.
INSTRUCTIONS TO JOIN THE CONVERSATION:
You can click on THIS LINK to join using either a computer with a camera or a smart phone. If you are using a smart phone you will need to download the free Zoom app ahead of time.
Please have paper and pen available for the conversation.
We look forward to connecting.
Toni, Mary Lynn, and Deborra
If you haven’t seen the movie, here are some videos for context: