Redeemable or Irredeemable?
Erwin James, author of Redeemable: A Memoir of Darkness and Hope, was the first prisoner in British penal history to write a regular column for The Guardian whilst he was still in jail serving a life sentence for murder. He will talk about the concept of redemption and prison reform with VIEW editor Brian Pelan.
Where: Conor Lecture Theatre, Ulster University, York Street, Belfast
When: Monday, March 20.
Time: 7pm to 9pm
To book a free ticket for this event go to https://imaginebelfast.com/events/erwin-james-from-double-murderer-to-newspaper-columnist/
To read our review of Erwin James’s book; Redeemable: A Memoir of Darkness and Hope, go to http://viewdigital.org/2016/06/07/book-review-redeemable-memoir-darkness-hope-erwin-james/
Our event is part of the Imagine Festival of Ideas and Politics. To see the full list of events, go to https://imaginebelfast.com
VIEWdigital wishes to thank the organisers of the festival and Ulster University for all their support.