“The End of Juvenile Prison” — Book Talk & Discussion — Sat., Sept. 13 in Evanston

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In her new book, Burning Down the House: The End of Juvenile Prison, award-winning journalist and advocate Nell Bernstein presents a critical look at the juvenile justice system.

Plan now to attend this free book talk and discussion
Saturday, September 13
1–3pm
Unitarian Church of Evanston
1330 Ridge Avenue (map)

RSVP by August 27 to reserve a book ($20 discount price)
RSVP by September 6 without book
uuchicagoarea.org or Gail Smith at 773.728.4456

Sponsored by:
The Annie E. Casey Foundation
Unitarian Church of Evanston, Peace & Justice Committee
Project NIA
Second Unitarian Church, Prison & Restorative Justice Committee
Juvenile Justice Initiative
Curt’s Cafe
Unitarian Universalists for Social Justice

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