MONTGOMERY – Troy University's Rosa Parks Museum will present a community forum on "Juvenile Sentencing" at 6 p.m. on Tuesday.
Tuesday's event is the second of the three-part "Real Talk: A Community Forum Series," and will be held in the museum's auditorium at Troy University Montgomery. The series kicked off on Oct. 4 with a forum on "Police and the Community." The final event in the series will be held on Oct. 18 with the topic of human trafficking.
Tuesday's event will feature a panel consisting of Ebony Howard of the Southern Poverty Law Center, Charlotte Morrison of the Equal Justice Initiative and Bennet Wright of the Alabama Sentencing Commission. Dr. Judith Crocker-Billingsley, assistant professor in TROY's College of Health and Human Services, will serve as the moderator for the event.
For additional information, contact Madelyn Burkhardt, the museum's adult education coordinator, at 334-241-8701.