UCLA Law Discussion: Challenging Torture and Detention from Guantánamo Bay to Pelican Bay

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Date: February 27, 2013

Location:

UCLA School of Law
385 Charles E. Young Drive room 1447
Los Angeles, CA, 90095

Join CCR Executive Director Vince Warren for a thought-provoking discussion on U.S. torture policies, CCR's lawsuits for accountability, and what you can do.

CCR was the first organization to file a case on behalf of the Guantánamo detainees, and has led the legal battle over the prison for the last 11 years. Beyond Guantánamo, CCR represents prisoners at California's Pelican Bay Prison who have been in solitary confinement for between 10 and 28 years, which we consider torture. CCR has been on the frontlines for civil liberties, challenging warrantless wiretaps, domestic spying, torture at Abu Ghraib, and the targeting of Muslim and Arab Americans.

What: Discussion with CCR Executive Director Vince Warren
When: Wednesday, February 27, 2013 at 12:10 to 1:25 p.m.
Where: UCLA School of Law, Room 1447 (See here for parking information and directions)
RSVP: Please click here to RSVP for this event. Event is free, and RSVP is required by Tuesday, February 26.
Parking: Permit parking cost is $11 on UCLA campus. Short-term parking also available. More info here.

Vince Warren, Executive Director of CCR, oversees CCR's groundbreaking litigation and advocacy work which includes holding corporations and government officials accountable for human rights abuses; challenging racial, gender and LGBT injustice; and combating the illegal expansion of executive power.