(Extra credit for all of my students: in the main auditorium)
Thursday October 14th 7:30pm
From the cradle of the civil rights movement in Selma, Alabama, to the
wind-blown plains of South Dakota's Native American reservations, to
Florida's cumbersome rights restoration process, this 34-minute film
from the ACLU and Off Ramp Films spends time with people who are
living their lives as legal ghosts because of felony convictions.
Sponsored by Kentuckians For The Commonwealth and the Bluegrass Film Society