Patrick M. Oliver
Tuesday, May 21, 2013, 7:00 p.m.
Literacy and Law Tour Community Dialogue and Call to Action.
Featuring: Gloria J. Browne-Marshall and Patrick M. Oliver
Gloria J. Browne-Marshall, JD/MA Associate Professor of Constitutional Law, John Jay College (CUNY)
Founder/Executive Director , The Law and Policy Group, Inc., www.lawandpolicygroup.org
Race, Law, and American Society: 1607 to Present
The Constitution: An African-American Context
The Report on Status of Black Women and Girls(r)
Forthcoming book Black Women and the Law
Patrick M. Oliver, Literary Consultant ∙ Program Manager ∙ Radio Host
Founder and Program Development Specialist, Say It Loud! Readers and Writers
Editor Essence Magazine best seller Turn the Page and You Don’t Stop
Contributor Open the Door: How to Excite Young People About Poetry
Author forthcoming book Notes from a Literary Activist
Topics: Become an activist for your family and community ∙ Learn how we did it before and can do it now ∙ From slavery to affirmative action ∙ Starting a literacy program ∙ Black boys and STEM ∙ Laws can be chains, challenged and changed.
Also Question and Answer session and book signings
House of Art Gallery 408 Marcus Garvey Blvd. Brooklyn, New York 11216, (Bet. Macon & Halsey), Phone: (347) 663-8195
This event is hosted in part by The Law and Policy Group, House of Art Gallery and Say it Loud! Readers and Writers.
If your organization would like to host a Literacy and Law Tour event contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, [email protected] or (212) 946-6339.