Tuesday, January 23, 2007

Wednesday at DePaul's Lincoln Park Campus: Klocek and Horowitz

If you are looking for me tomorrow evening, I'll be on the north side of Chicago. For Thomas Klocek's return to DePaul University.

I'll be in the audience of a free speech on campus forum, one that is sponsored by the DePaul Conservative Alliance, will also include researcher, author and conservative scholar David Horowitz as well as DePaul mathematics professor and Klocek supporter Jonathan Cohen. The event will take place in DePaul’s Cortelyou Commons at 2324 North Fremont Street in Chicago on Wednesday, January 24th at 7:00 PM. The event is free and open to the public.

Horowitz is the author of many books, including his most recent, The Professors: The 101 Most Dangerous Academics in America.

For more information on the Klocek case, to speak to Klocek's attorney John Mauck, or to contact conference organizer Nick Hahn, please e-mail Ian North at ian@tcpr.net.

If you cannot attend but still want to show your support of Klocek--join the 1,871 signers of the Reinstate Thomas Klocek at DePaul petition. Only 129 more signatures are needed to reach the petition goal of 2000.

Related posts: Sept 15: Second anniversary of the beginning of the Thomas Klocek affair

The Thomas Klocek legal defense fund

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