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Join us on June 26, 2009
TimeBanks USA Colloquium in Madison, WI
“Dismantling Structural Racism in Juvenile Justice and Child Welfare”

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Schedule of Activities:

Thursday, June 25, 2009
7:00pm-8:30pm (conference kickoff)
8:00pm-10:00pm (colloquium meet & greet)

Friday, June 26, 2009
8:30am-12:30pm (colloquium)
12:45pm-1:45pm (luncheon only: $20)

2:00pm-9:00pm (conference activities)

Saturday, June 27, 2009
9:00am-6:00pm (conference activities)

Visit the Conference Website for a detailed conference schedule. Those participants who also wish to attend the conference may register at the colloquium rate of $95, which will also include the luncheon. (Register with ‘group rate’, located under ‘Conference Fees – June 26 & 27′, entering ‘tbusahearing’ in the comments section)

Colloquium Location:

Madison Concourse Hotel & Governor’s Club
University Room
1 W Dayton St
Madison, WI 53703

Luncheon Details:

Please join our conference and colloquium participants for a special luncheon featuring Edgar Cahn, founder of TimeBanks USA.

Madison Concourse Hotel & Governor’s Club
Wisconsin Ballroom
1 W Dayton St
Madison, WI 53703

Documents:
Colloquium Invitation (PDF)

A colloquium spearheading a new initiative to dismantle the structural racism that pervades the juvenile justice and child welfare systems

Topics include:

  • documenting the injuries  for young people, their families and the broader community
  • highlighting the social and economic costs of maintaining the status quo
  • showcasing what works to secure just outcomes for young people, their families and the broader community

This event will be an integral part of the 2009 TimeBanks USA Conference: A Time for Justice, A Wealth of Opportunity.

 

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