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The Jung Center’s Fall Benefit 2020

CONVERSATIONS IN DEPTH with Anthony Ray Hinton

Forgiveness, Hope, and Resilience

benefiting The Jung Center

 

Tuesday, September 22, 2020

General Reception

5:30 – 6:45 pm

The Jung Center | 5200 Montrose Boulevard

Conversation

7:00 pm

Brown Auditorium | 1001 Bissonnet

 

Anthony Ray Hinton served 30 years on Alabama’s death row for a crime he did not commit. Mr. Hinton was arrested and charged for two capital murders that evidence clearly showed he had no part in, but as a poor black man in the rural South, he was sentenced to death by electrocution. For three years, Mr. Hinton lived on death row in silence. But when he resolved to do more than just survive, he became a beacon of hope for his fellow inmates. In April 2015, Mr. Hinton was exonerated and released with help from civil rights attorney, bestselling author of Just Mercy, and Equal Justice Initiative founder Bryan Stevenson.

Mr. Hinton’s bestselling memoir The Sun Does Shine: How I Found Life and Freedom on Death Row was an Oprah Book Club choice in 2018. Today, Mr. Hinton is the Community Educator for the Equal Justice Initiative and speaks internationally on criminal justice reform and the power of forgiveness. His story of grace, resilience, and hope inspires all who hear it.

 

Complimentary valet parking

drop off cars before 6:45 at The Jung Center, after 6:45 at 1001 Bissonnet

pick up cars at 1001 Bissonnet

 

DONATION LEVELS

$2,000 Benefactor Ticket

Reception after the lecture with Anthony Ray Hinton

Autographed copy of The Sun Does Shine

Front-row seating

Recognition at the event

$1,000 Underwriter Ticket

Reception after the lecture with Anthony Ray Hinton

Autographed copy of The Sun Does Shine

Premier seating

Recognition at the event

$500 Patron Ticket

Reception after the lecture with Anthony Ray Hinton

Priority Seating

Recognition at the event

$250 Sponsor Ticket

Priority seating

Recognition at the event

$125 Supporter Ticket

Individual ticket (limited)

 

If you are unable to attend, but would like to contribute a gift to the fall benefit, you can do so here.

 

For more information, contact Kelsey White at (713) 524-8253, ext. 19, or kwhite@junghouston.org.

 

The Jung Center is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.