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Schloss Summer Lecture: Living in the Tension Between Safety and Freedom

When: Fri., July 12, 7:30 p.m. 2013
Phone: 704-749-3054
Price: 7:45 pm Lecture is FREE! 7:30 pm Dinner: $10/TBE members; $12/nonmembers
The Schloss Summer Lecture, Living in the Tension Between Safety and Freedom: In the aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombing, the community is asking many questions about security and civil liberties. Guest panelists, Rabbi Judy Schindler, Temple Beth El; James E. Jewell, Assistant Special Agent in Charge of Operational Support Branch of the FBI’s Charlotte Division; Scott Broyles, Assistant Professor at Charlotte School of Law; Jake Sussman, lawyer at Tin Fulton Walker & Owen will address the questions: “What freedoms do I need to give up to be safe? What safeties do I need to give up to be free?"


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