Join Dr. Katie Owens-Murphy as she opens the Ghosts Over the Boiler exhibit at the Florence-Lauderdale Public Library.

Date: November 21

Time: 5:30 PM

Ghosts Over the Boiler exhibit

Drop-in to Collier Library each Thursday between 12 p.m. and 1 p.m. in September and October for an informal discussion of themes in the book Just Mercy.

All sessions will be held in Caffè Dallucci. Snacks will be provided.

  • September 5 – Dr. Andrea Hunt – Juvenile Incarceration
  • September 12 - Jonelle Roberts and Ashley Massey – Restorative Justice
  • September 19 – Dr. Jessica Mitchell and Madeline Grisham – School to Prison Pipeline
  • September 26 – Joan Williams - Navigating Identity and Incarceration
  • October 3 – Dr. Freda Coleman-Reed – Race and Incarceration
  • October 10 – Tammy Rhodes – Women in Incarceration
  • October 17 – Jeremy Martin – Disability and Incarceration
  • October 24 – Tammy Rhodes – Resilience
  • October 31 – Dr. Karla Zelaya – Cultural/Literary Traditions
Upcoming Event - Ghosts Over the Boiler


Voices from Alabama's Death Row

On display through October 31
Collier Library - Ground Floor

Interactive Screening and Discussion of "True Justice"

Join us for an interactive screening as we view and discuss clips from the HBO documentary about Just Mercy author and EJI founder Bryan Stevenson's life and work.
When: Thursday, November 7th at 6:00
Where: Florence Lauderdale Public Library
Sponsored by: Project Say Something, UNA Office of Diversity and Institutional Equity, and the Florence Lauderdale Public Library