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Art: Speaker Schedule - Fall 2010

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Below is the Fall 2010 schedule for Art of Social Change: Child Welfare, Education, and Juvenile Justice (LAW-30691A).  The class meets from 5:00 - 7:00 PM in Austin West in Austin Hall at Harvard Law School.  Please see the Course, Information, Syllabus and Schedule for further details. 

ClassDateTopicGuest Lecturers
1Sept. 2Course OverviewElizabeth Bartholet, Prof. of Law and Faculty Director, Child Advocacy Program

Jessica Budnitz, Lecturer on Law and Managing Director, Child Advocacy Program
2Sept. 9Drug-Exposed Newborns & Family Drug Treatment Courts

Penny Clodfelter, Program Manager, Family and Juvenile Drug Court, Jackson County in Kansas City, Missouri

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3 Sept. 16Representing Abused and Neglected Children: Holding Attorneys Accountable

Erik S. Pitchal, Assistant Clinical Professor of Law and Founder of the Child Advocacy Clinic, Suffolk University Law School

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4 Sept. 30Race to the Top: An Insider's View on Obama's Contest to Reform Education in America

John King, Senior Deputy Commissioner for P-12 Education, New York State Department of Education; Founder and Former Co-Director, Roxbury Preparatory Charter School

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5Oct. 7"Family Affair" Film ScreeningChico David Colvard, Director, Family Affair; Producer & Educator, C-LineFilms & the University of Massachusetts, Boston
6Oct. 14Children Dying While Incarcerated: A Reason for Hope

Bryan Stevenson, Executive Director, Equal Justice Initiative

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7Oct. 21Challenging Massachusetts' Child Welfare System: Is Litigation the Right Path?

Marcia Lowry, Executive Director, Children’s Rights Inc.

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8Oct. 28The Prostitution of Children: The Hidden Problem & A Model Prevention and Intervention Program

Tamar Birkhead, Assistant Professor of Law, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Law

Lisa Goldblatt Grace, Program Director, My Life My Choice

Ann Wilkinson, Mentor Coordinator, My Life My Choice

9Nov. 4Beyond Juvenile Incarceration: Creating Better, Cheaper Solutions for Youth

Bart Lubow, Director, Juvenile Justice Strategy Group, The Annie E. Casey Foundation

Tim Decker, Director, Missouri Division of Youth Services

10Nov. 11Impact of the Economy on Child Homelessness

Mark Edwards, Executive Director, Opportunity Nation, a campaign of Be the Change, Inc.

Paul Epstein, Social Worker, Brookline High School; Co-Founder, Foundation to Be Named Later

Sue Heilman, Former CEO, Horizons for Homeless Children

11Nov. 18Social Enterprises for Children: Creating, Growing, and Evaluating

Eric Dawson, President, Peace First

Theresa Ellis, Founder and Co-CEO, Common Impact

12Dec. 2Reforming NYC’s Schools: Challenging the Status Quo

Joel Klein, Chancellor, New York City Schools

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