Events Calendar

 

 

Sep
15
Fri
Tea With Mrs. Roosevelt
Sep 15 – Sep 16 all-day

Imagine, an invitation to visit the White House to have an afternoon tea with the First Lady, Eleanor Roosevelt. Buying a ticket will give one just that.

Sep
23
Sat
Golda’s Balcony
Sep 23 @ 4:00 pm

The life and times of Golda Meir, a woman who rose from the pogroms of Russia to the halls of the Knesset in Israel, to become one of the most influential leaders of the Twentieth Century. Directed by Melissa Malloy, and starring M. Susan, Golda’s Balcony covers the story of a people who faced centuries of discrimination, segregation, and abuse throughout European history.

Sep
24
Sun
Golda’s Balcony
Sep 24 @ 4:00 pm

The life and times of Golda Meir, a woman who rose from the pogroms of Russia to the halls of the Knesset in Israel, to become one of the most influential leaders of the Twentieth Century. Directed by Melissa Malloy, and starring M. Susan, Golda’s Balcony covers the story of a people who faced centuries of discrimination, segregation, and abuse throughout European history.

Sep
30
Sat
Golda’s Balcony
Sep 30 @ 4:00 pm

The life and times of Golda Meir, a woman who rose from the pogroms of Russia to the halls of the Knesset in Israel, to become one of the most influential leaders of the Twentieth Century. Directed by Melissa Malloy, and starring M. Susan, Golda’s Balcony covers the story of a people who faced centuries of discrimination, segregation, and abuse throughout European history.

Oct
1
Sun
Golda’s Balcony
Oct 1 @ 4:00 pm

The life and times of Golda Meir, a woman who rose from the pogroms of Russia to the halls of the Knesset in Israel, to become one of the most influential leaders of the Twentieth Century. Directed by Melissa Malloy, and starring M. Susan, Golda’s Balcony covers the story of a people who faced centuries of discrimination, segregation, and abuse throughout European history.

Mar
21
Thu
DayTimers Speaker Series: Professor Jan Stiglitz
Mar 21 @ 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm

Topic: Wrongful Convictions: Causes and Obstacles to Freeing Victims

As a result of many DNA exonerations, the public is now aware that the criminal justice system makes mistakes and many innocent people have been wrongfully convicted and imprisoned. The California Innocence Project has been dealing with this problem for decades by undoing these mistakes as well as advocating criminal justice reform to prevent and better enable these mistakes to be discovered and remedied.

Professor Jan Stiglitz is a 1975 graduate of Albany Law. He began his teaching career at California Western School of Law in 1980, after receiving his LL.M. from Harvard Law School.

While on the faculty at California Western, Professor Stiglitz also represented numerous individuals who were appealing their criminal convictions. In 1999, Professor Stiglitz, along with Professor Justin Brooks, founded the California Innocence Project. The Project’s mission is to seek the exoneration of those who have been wrongfully convicted and to effect changes in the law and in police practices which will prevent wrongful convictions.

In his work as Co-Directer of the Project, Professor Stiglitz has appeared in federal and state courts throughout California, including the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals and the California Supreme Court. His work in the Project has earned him two California Lawyer of the Year Awards.

Professor Stiglitz has recently stepped down as Co-Director of the Innocence Project and retired from California Western. He is now representing some California Innocence Project exonerees in civil litigation seeking compensation

Mar
31
Sun
Middle East 101: How “d’heck” did we get here?
Mar 31 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Democrats for Peace in the Middle East will be holding a panel discussion with three professors. “Middle East 101: How “d’heck” did we get here?” will be held in Oceanside—an RSVP is required to learn the specific location.