- Nov 28 2023
- 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Innocents Behind Bars: Systemic Racism and Wrongful Convictions
The Canadian Museum for Human Rights, the Centre for Human Rights Research and the University of Manitoba’s Faculty of Law are co-organizing and co-sponsoring a special event called “Innocents Behind Bars: Systemic Racism and Wrongful Convictions.”
This event is a free panel open to the public, and hosted at the MTS classroom at the CMHR.
This event is inspired by the acquittal of Allan Woodhouse and Brian Anderson for a murder they did not commit for 50 years.
We are bringing leaders of the police torture justice/reparations movement in Chicago into conversation with those working on demanding justice for Indigenous peoples wrongly imprisoned here in Canada.
Confirmed guests are: