The Wright Museum


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Panel discussion and Q & A regarding the recent execution of Troy Davis, convicted of a 1989 murder of an off duty police officer in Savannah, Georgia.  With no DNA or additional physical evidence linking Davis to the murder and after the recanting of 7 of 9 initial eye witnesses, what does Troy Davis' death say to Black America and what should it mean for the American system of justice? 


Featuring Kwasi Akwamu, Chairperson, Helping Our Prisoners Elevate (HOPE), and Imran Syed, Staff Attorney, Michigan Innocence Clinic, University of Michigan Law School.  Moderated by Criminal Defense Attorney Jeffrey L. Edison


This event is free and open to the public.  For more information call (313) 494-5800.



Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History
315 East Warren Avenue
Detroit, Michigan 48201
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