The ACLU of Indiana has moved its First Wednesday lunchtime discussion series to the IUPUI Campus Center starting Sept. 3, 2008.
This free series is open to the public and aimed at presenting multiple viewpoints on topics of current interest to the Indianapolis community. Each one-hour session will begin at noon in Room 409 of the IUPUI Campus Center. Attendees are welcome to bring a lunch and their questions.
Topics for the sessions are:
- Sept. 3: Sex Ed: What Should Schools be Teaching?
- Oct. 1: How Can Indianapolis Become Greener?
- Nov. 5: The Election: What Happened and Why?
- Dec. 3: What Can Police Really Do About Crime?
Panelists for the Sept. 3 event are: Betty Cockrum, executive director of Planned Parenthood of Indiana; Pamela Davis, area coordinator for The Peers Project; and Jesse Goodman, PhD., professor of education at Indiana University.
Fran Quigley, former executive director of ACLU Indiana., will moderate the Sept. 3 panel. Matt Tully, Indianapolis Star columnist, will moderate future panel discussions.
First Wednesdays are presented by the ACLU of Indiana, with support from IUPUI, the IU School of Law – Indianapolis, and Nuvo Newsweekly. For information on the ACLU of Indiana, visit www.aclu-in.org .