5/24/2012 Fresh Fruit

 

Dale Carpenter, Earl R. Larson Professor of Civil Rights an Civil Liberties Law at the University of Minnesota, speaks about his latest book, Flagrant Conduct: The Story of Lawrence v. Texas: How a Bedroom Arrest Decriminalized Gay Americans (W. W. Norton & Company, 2012).

 

Profiled are Jessica Englund, Brandon Gil, and Helen Paillé, three recipients of OutFront Minnesota's 25 Under 25.  Ms. Englund, Mr. Gil, and Ms. Paillé just graduated from William Mitchell College of Law, and actively worked on the schools Out!Law organization to benefit GLBT students and issues throughout the school.

 

2 pairs of tickets were given away for Standing On Ceremony, which runs at the New Century Theater from May 31-June 16.

 

 

Playlist Tracks: 
George Michael - Feeling Good
Album: Twenty Give; Label: Sony
Adam Lambert - Shady
Album: Tresspassing; Label: RCA
Donna Summer - I Feel Love (12" Version)
Album: Bad Girls (Deluxe Version); Label: Casablanca
Ellis - Coffee Song
Album: Right On Time; Label: Rubberneck
Dale Carpenter - Earl R. Larson Professor of Civil Rights and Civil Liberties Law
Topics: Book: Flagrant Conduct: The Story of Lawrence v. Texas: How a Bedroom Arrest Decriminalized Gay Americans
Jessica Englund - William Mitchell School of Law graduate, OutFront Minnesota's 25 Under 25 Recipient
Topics: GLBT rights, law school
Brandon Gil - William Mitchell School of Law graduate, OutFront Minnesota's 25 Under 25 Recipient
Topics: GLBT rights, law school
Helen Paillé - William Mitchell School of Law graduate, OutFront Minnesota's 25 Under 25 Recipient
Topics: GLBT rights, law school