CLE and Film Screening of "The Last White Knight: Is Reconciliation Possible?"
The Law School and the Jewish Federation of Greater Harrisburg’s Cardozo Society present a screening of "The Last White Knight: Is Reconciliation Possible?" and a discussion featuring Rhonda Brownstein, former legal director of the Southern Poverty Law Center in Montgomery, AL. Brownstein will offer a presentation on the legal liability of hate groups for acts committed by individual members, and the participation and role of Jews in the Civil Rights movement.
"The Last White Knight" tells the story of Paul Saltzman, a civil rights activist who returns to Mississippi decades after a violent run-in with a young member of the Ku Klux Klan to talk to the man who injured him.
Registration is $90 (reduced to $60 for Law School alumni and $30 for Law School students) and includes the film screening, dinner, and CLE credit.
To register for CLE credit, please first contact Robin Fulton, director of alumni relations, CLE, and special events, at email@example.com or call 717-241-3504.
To attend the film screening only, which begins at 7:00 p.m., register directly with Stuart Gasner, director of development at the Jewish Federation of Greater Harrisburg, by contacting him at firstname.lastname@example.org or 717-236-9555, ext. 3299.
For details, please visit the Jewish Federation of Harrisburg website.