This Wednesday, March 9, 2005, at 12:30 p.m in Greene Hall 105 (Law School) Clint Bolick will be giving a talk on, “School Choice – Vindicating the Promise of Brown v. Board of Education. Clint Bolick, president of the Alliance for School Choice, led the litigation team that defended the constitutionality of school choice programs across the nation, culminating in the landmark decision of Zelman v. Simmons-Harris in the U.S. Supreme Court. (Mr. Bolick also co-founded the Institute for Justice) This talk is open to the public.
You can find a copy of the flyer here (thanks to my roommate for hosting the flyer, check out his great photoblog). If anyone can print out copies and put them up that would be amazing, but please note where you are going to put them up in the comment section. We especially need someone to put up flyers at Teacher's College. Any help is greatly appreciated.
UPDATE: I'll be in Butler Cafe untill 6:00PM. I have about 150 flyers if anyone wants to pick some up, i'll be the guy agonizingly reading Marx.