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Kalief Browder Memorial Scholarship Fund

TIME: The Kalief Browder Story is a compelling documentary series that tells the story of Kalief Browder, a young African-American former BCC student, imprisoned without ever being convicted of a crime.

Wednesdays 10/9C

TIME: Kalief Browder Story, screening at BCC: Panel Discussion.

The panel discussion was led by Dr. Jillian Hess, BCC faculty member and Kalief’s former professor, the TIME filmmakers and members of the Browder family.

The Kalief Browder Memorial Scholarship fund honors the BCC student whose three-year Rikers Island imprisonment without trial at age 16 — two of them in solitary confinement — raised a national clamor for criminal justice reform. The scholarship will be awarded to full-time BCC students who, like Kalief, are working hard to transform their lives after incarceration. Support to the fund will help to permanently endow the scholarship and ensure that those following in Kalief’s footsteps have the support they need for years to come.

Contributions may also be mailed to:

Bronx Community College Foundation
2155 University Avenue
Philosophy Hall, Room 26
Bronx, NY 10453

Please make checks payable to: Bronx Community College Foundation


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