Tuesday, September 12, 2006

What The Clergy Abuse Crisis Has Taught America - Marci Hamilton

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From The Awareness Center's Daily Newsletter:

This is a video tape of Marci Hamilton at this years
SNAP conference. This presentation, is vitally important. Well worth watching. It looks at those fighting clergy abuse as a civil rights movement for children.


Marci Hamilton holds the Paul R. Verkuil Chair in Public Law at the Benjamin N. Cordozo School of Law, Yeshiva University.Professor Hamilton is the First Amendment and Constitutional law advisor for victims in many clergy abuse cases and was appointed to advise the District Attorney of Philadelphia on constitutional issues during the investigation of clergy abuse in the Philadelphia Archdiocese.She spoke to SNAP Prevention & Recovery National Conference July 22, 2006 in Jersey City,NJ.

FYI: Vicki Polin also spoke at this conference. I don't believe her presentation was video taped.


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