2540 Clifton Ave
Cincinnati, OH 45219
Race To Execution explores the deep and disturbing link between race and the death penalty in America. Following the stories of two Death Row inmates – Madison Hobley of Chicago, Illinois and Robert Tarver of Russell County, Alabama – the film interweaves their compelling personal stories together with groundbreaking scholarship. Revealing how race infects our capital punishment system, Race to Execution invites dialogue into the larger community about this systemic crisis within our justice system.
The film screening will be followed by a discussion including panelists:
Donald Caster, Ohio Innocence Project (OIP)
Dean Gillispie, OIP Exoneree
Rachel Lyon, Filmmaker
Kimberly Rigby, Ohio Public Defender
David Singleton, Ohio Justice & Policy Center (OJPC)
WKRC Local 12 Newsmakers’ producer and host, Dan Hurley, will serve as the evening’s moderator
The parking most convenient to the College of Law can be found at the CCM Parking Garage, off Jefferson via Corry Boulevard; the Deaconess Garage, off Clifton via Straight Street; or the USquare (West) Garage on Calhoun.