Art: Speaker Schedule - Fall 2011

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Below is the Fall 2011 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 classroom in Austin Hall at Harvard Law School.  Please see the Course, Information, Syllabus, and Schedule for further details. 

ClassDateTopicGuest Lecturers
1Sept. 15Course OverviewElizabeth Bartholet, Prof. of Law and Faculty Director, Child Advocacy Program at Harvard Law School

Jessica Budnitz, Lecturer on Law and Managing Director, Child Advocacy Program at Harvard Law School
2Sept. 22Creating a Children’s Movement

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

Daniel Heimpel, Project Director, Fostering Media Connections

3Sept. 29"Aging Out" Film Screening

Vanessa Roth, Producer/Director, Big Year Productions

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4Oct. 6Child Maltreatment & Substance Abuse

Karen Howell, Assistant Professor for Emory University School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Maternal Substance Abuse and Child Development Project

Joseph P. Ryan, Associate Professor, University of Michigan School of Social Work

5Oct. 13
Early Intervention

Deborah Daro, Senior Research Fellow, Chapin Hall at the University of Chicago 

Response Panel:

6Oct. 20
Problem Solving Courts for Children & Families

Cindy Lederman, Circuit Court Judge, 11th Judicial Circuit Court, Juvenile Division, Miami, FL

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Oct. 27


Closing the Achievement Gap: The EdLabs Approach

Roland Fryer, Robert M. Beren Professor of Economics at Harvard University, and Faculty Director, The Education Innovation Laboratory at Harvard University

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8Nov. 3The Prostitution of Children: The Hidden Problem, A Model Prevention and Intervention Program, & the Prosecution Approach

Lisa Goldblatt Grace, Program Director, My Life My Choice

Leora Joseph, Assistant District Attorney and Chief of the Child Protection Unit, Suffolk County District Attorney's Office

Ann Wilkinson, Mentor Coordinator, My Life My Choice

9Nov. 10Closing the Achievement Gap: A Multi-Faceted Approach

Pedro Noguera, Peter L. Agnew Professor of Education at New York University

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10Nov. 17Children Dying While Incarcerated: Approaches to Change

Bryan Stevenson, Executive Director, Equal Justice Initiative

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11Dec. 1Juvenile Incarceration: Creating Better Models for the Future

Tim Decker, Director, Missouri Division of Youth Services

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12Dec. 8Preventing Gang Violence: StreetSafe Boston

Robert Lewis, Jr., Vice President for Program, Boston Foundation's StreetSafe Boston 

Marcus Merritt, Lead Streetworker, Boston Foundation's StreetSafe Boston 

Cecely Reardon, Attorney In Charge, Roxbury Office, Youth Advocacy Department



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