FSM program: Post 9/11: A Students’ Perspective

Free Speech Movement Café Education Programs presents:

Post 9/11: A Students' Perspective

Free and open to the public
Location: FSM Café at Moffitt Library
Date: Wednesday, November 8, 2006
Time: 6:30-8 pm, doors open 6 pm.
Snacks and beverages from 6:00 until 6:30.
Limited seating – please arrive early

9/11 profoundly changed the world the lives of countless people.  FBI interrogations, discrimination and hate crimes have violated freedoms that are the "inalienable rights" of American citizens. In particular, post-9/11 policies have adversely affected students, especially those of Middle Eastern, South Asian, and Muslim decent. Students face eroded academic freedom, employment discrimination, and a host of legal issues. 

The Free Speech Movement Café Educational Programs Series is sponsoring a talk, Post 9/11: A Students' Perspective, which will address the effects of 9/11 policies on the lives of students.  A panel of speakers will be followed by a question-and-answer discussion forum.