Justice... For All?

Justice... For All?

Justice... For All?

On Wednesday October 5th and 6th, 2016 Millersville University hosted its 8th annual International Policy Conference with the theme of “Justice…For All?”  The policy conference presented a wide array of sub-topics under the larger banner of justice by commencing with an opening luncheon.  Many of these sub-topics include, Ethical, Religious, and Philosophical Conceptions, U.S. Supreme Court Decisions, Justice for Veterans, Constitutional Law and Citizen Activists, Voter Access, Injustice and Oppression, Climate Change Ethics, Immigration Policy, Health Disparities, Treatment, Not Incarceration, Gender Identity and Equality, and the Role of Women in Office.  Millersville University was joined by students, members of faculty and staff, and by members of the community.  Over the span of two days, the conference attracted approximately 830 individuals.  The policy conference also included a mock solitary confinement cell as well as a Justice Café to offer samples of responsibly sourced arrangements of food and fairly traded gifts and crafts.

Gordinier Hall, Millersville University

Justice... For All? 

Links to 2016 Session Speakers' Presentation:

Dr. Richard A. Glenn, Dr. Grier Stephenson, Kyle Kreider (Coming Soon)

Hon. Jeffery Wright, Mary C. Krout, Dr. Mary Glazier

Prof. David Cole 

Marian Schneider, Pat Leahy '99, Dr. Robert Spicer

Dr. Kathryn Van Wormer and Dr. Joyous Bethel 

Andrea Campbell and Dr. Stacey Irwin (Coming Soon)

Donald A. Brown and Chris Steuer

Bethany Carson and Dr. Ken Smith

Dr. Ruth McDermott-Levy and Dr. Kelly Kuhns

Dominic Bucci, Dr. Karen Rice, Dr. David Johnson (Coming Soon)

Audrey Lopez, Carrie Hussein, Leigh Chapman, Oscar Barbosa, Dr. Nivedita Bagchi, Dr. Carrie Lee Smith, Dr. Theresa Russell-Loretz

Janelle Kayla Crossley, Dr. Nadine Garner, Dr. Jason Baker (Coming Soon)

Dr. Danny Hayes