Justice


Conversation on the Death Penalty

Conversation on the Death Penalty Tues Dec 12 – 7:00 pm at OMNI 10 Questions in One Hour – in Your Community. Join the Arkansas Network for Justice for refreshments and discussion. What do you really know about the death penalty in Arkansas? We listen to your voice, your views. Hosted by Faith Voices Arkansas, Arkansas Network for Justice, and the AR Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty.


Gun Violence Event

Thurs Nov 9 – 5:30 – Fay Public Library League of Women Voters Gun Violence Out of frustration following the passage of a ludicrous law forcing our institutions of higher education all across Arkansas to allow concealed carry weapons on their campuses, the League of Women Voters decided that it was time for ACTION. Current events demand it as we mourn again the needless deaths from gun violence. It became obvious when we started our study that the dangers from guns are well documented and not only in Arkansas but all across the country. The problems stemming from expanded concealed […]


Indigenous People’s Day

Monday Oct 9 – all day – UA Campus Native American Student Association event Commemorative Trail of Tears Walk 1:00-2:30 Union Mall Tribal display and historical readings, rural Native food traditions, art of storytelling, art, and Native American film screening of “The Silent Enemy” 7:00 pm Union Ballroom Full details here: Indigenous People’s Day details


The Bail Trap: American Ransom

Monday Oct 25 – 6:30 pm – OMNI Center Movie and discussion led by Jon Comstock, Sponsored by OMNI and NWA’s Liberty Initiative Money bail is one of the main feeders of America’s mass incarceration system – and yet something most Americans know very little about. Brave New Films is producing a series of short films to change that. The money bail system is broken: Low-income Americans are sitting in jails for days, months, and even over a year simply because they can’t afford to pay bond amounts. The reality is that a great many people are in our county […]


ACLU Voter Rights Program Live from the source!

Sunday, Oct 1 at 6 pm at Good Shepherd Lutheran  On October 1st, People Power – the ACLU’s grassroots mobilization program – will launch a new campaign focused on organizing local communities to protect and expand our fundamental right to vote. The plan is simple: organize THOUSANDS of grassroots events in communities all across the U.S. We’ll be ready to fight back against attacks on our voting rights and put pressure on our lawmakers to expand this fundamental pillar of our free society.