Davidson Hosts Ethics Forum – Should North Carolina Abolish Capital Punishment?

Davidson, NC – Attorney, public defender, and Davidson alumnus Paul Welch ’76, Dr. Dan Aldridge, Professor of History, Dr. Andrew O’Geen, Assistant Professor of Political Science, and Dr. David Perry, Director of the Vann Center for Ethics and Professor of Applied Ethics at Davidson College, will discuss “Should North Carolina Abolish Capital Punishment?” on Thursday, September 10, 2015, at 7:30 pm in the Lilly Family Gallery, Chambers Building, on the Davidson College campus. This forum is hosted by students in Amnesty International, and cosponsored by the Vann Center and the Black Student Coalition. The event is free and open to the public; no ticket is required.

About the Vann Center for Ethics
Established through a generous gift from Jim ’50 and Lee Stanton Vann, and dedicated in November 2009, the Vann Center for Ethics is located in Eumenean Hall on the campus of Davidson College in North Carolina. Its strategic vision is to be a catalyst for moral inquiry and imagination, careful analysis and reflection, civil dialogue, and responsible action. The Vann Center is led by its Director, Dr. David L. Perry, who also serves on the faculty as Professor of Applied Ethics. Ms. Amber MacIntyre is the Center’s Program Coordinator, and may be contacted for more information at 704-894-2095 or ammacintyre@davidson.edu.

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