Nash Memorial Lecture

sister_helen_prejean_poseyHere’s a heads up about this lecture which is happening on Thursday March 5 at the University of Regina.

The Nash is hosted by Campion College, and typically involves a religious or spiritual theme of some sort. The speaker this year is Sister Helen Prejean (pictured) who since 1984 has been involved in education efforts in the United States around the death penalty. She has also helped counsel prisoners who are on death row.

The title of Prejean’s talk is “Dead Man Walking: The Journey Continues”. You can find out more about Prejean, and the two books she’s written about her prison experiences, on the university website. The lecture is being held at the Education Auditorium on Thursday at 7:30 p.m.

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