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Eastgate Center Series: Is Justice Blind to Gender?

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Eastgate Center of Penn State Harrisburg

1010 North 7th Street

Room 214

Harrisburg, PA 17102

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Penn State Harrisburg School of Public Affairs presents the eighth lecture in our Eastgate Center Series.

The November 1st presentation is "Is Jutice Blind to Gender?"

Women are second class citizens at the mercy of their gender counterparts. Did I get your attention? How does the disparity between genders affect access to resources, community programs, employment opportunities, and incarceration rates? Does the law equalize the playing field between the genders or is it another factor in the great divide between male and female? Come and discuss the reality of women in relations to the law.

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Shauntey James, Ph.D.
School of Public Affairs
Assistant Teaching Professor of Criminal Justice



  • Shelley Baker Brooks

    Shelley Baker Brooks

    Bethesda Women an Children's Mission

    Director

  • Liliviet Duarte

    Liliviet Duarte

    YMCA Greater Harrisburg

    Campus Advocate

  • Jennifer Thompson, J.D.

    Jennifer Thompson, J.D.

    Pennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence

    Director of Program Services

  • Shauntey James

    Shauntey James

    School of Public Affairs

    Assistant Teaching Professor of Criminal Justice


Next in the series is:

November 8th - Philosophy for Public Administration: the Practical Signficance of Critical Thinking for Managing Public Organizations (eastgate-lecture-publicorg.eventbrite.com)


The event is free and open to the public.

Please see directions and information for parking locations at: harrisburg.psu.edu/places/eastgate-center


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