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In conjunction with "The Prison Project," a yearlong series of events and programs exploring the California prison system, Intersection for the Arts gets artist and death row prisoner James P. Anderson on the horn for a live, amplified phone conversation. The event also features a community conversation with death row prisoner family members, exonerated death row prisoners, author Barbara Becnel, and representatives from Campaign to End the Death Penalty. And as part of the Wear Orange: Prisoners Awareness Day Project Reception, you're encouraged to wear, you guessed it, orange, symbolizing "the scope of incarceration."
Tue., March 11, 7:30 p.m., 2008


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