UB Law School conference explores legacy of the Attica uprising

University at Buffalo Law School, The Baldy Center for Law & Social Policy
Monday, September 12 & Tuesday 13, 2011


Forty years ago, the deadliest prisoner rebellion in U.S. history occurred. Next month, a major conference will bring together prisoner advocates, legislators, policymakers, corrections professionals, activists, and people who were on the front lines of the conflict, on both sides.

The conference, called “40 Years After the Attica Uprising: Looking Back, Moving Forward” is sponsored by the University at Buffalo Law School and its Baldy Center for Law & Social Policy. Admission is free (with pre-registration) and open to the public, with free parking in university lots.

See, Conference page for more information.

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