Dead Men Still Walking:
  A First-Hand Account of
  Death Row by Death Penalty
  Activist Sister Helen Prejean


When: February 6, 2014, 7:00 - 9:30 p.m. 
Where: Levin Ballroom, Usdan Student Center
Brandeis University 

This lecture by Sister Helen Prejean is part of the 2014 'DEIS Impact! week of special events. It will be Sister Helen's second visit to Brandeis. In 2006, the Schuster Institute hosted her for the Brandeis Day of Innocence in a widely attended talk titled "What If We're Killing the Wrong Man?"

Sister Helen is the author of the best selling book "Dead Man Walking," which inspired a movie, a play, an opera, and in her own words, "a national debate." She has been in the prison ministry as an anti-death penalty activist for more than thirty years.

Here she is talking to Amy Goodman at Democracy Now.

This event is presented by the Schuster Institute for Investigative Journalism and cosponsored by the following programs and departments at Brandeis University:

Brandeis National Committee
Department of African and Afro-American Studies
Department of Sociology
Education Program
Journalism Program
Legal Studies Program
Office of the Dean of Students
Peace, Conflict and Coexistence Studies Program
Social Justice and Social Policy Program
The Interfaith Chaplaincy
The Kraft-Hiatt Fund
Women's Studies Research Center

All events are FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC unless otherwise stated.

*For full description and calendar listings of SoJust events, please visit our pages dedicated to the Social Justice Leadership Series.