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A More Pefect Union Authors to Speak at Wisconsin Book Festival

Earlier this week, I posted about the Wisconsin Humanities Council's statewide discussion series entitled, A More Perfect Union: To Establish Justice. It appears that the series' authors will be also appearing at the Wisconsin Book Festival.

From the Festival web site:

The authors will read from books in the AMPU: Justice series and, along with the film, raise relevant questions about the roles both elected officials and common citizens must play in the quest to bring about the oft-mentioned but painfully elusive American ideal of "justice for all."

Events for A More Perfect Union at the 2006 Wisconsin Book Festival feature the authors of four AMPU titles and one film screening:

* Anthony Grooms
* Jonathan Harr
* Marge Piercy
* James Yee
* Red Hook Justice: A film provided by WPT and Independent Lens