Restoring Alton Maddox's License

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Dr. McIntosh, the moderator of the debate says the speakers "will provide personal insight into the underlying reason for Maddox's historic 20 year suspension."

[The Great Harlem Debate Series]

The Third Great Harlem Debate headlining Dr. Joy DeGruy Leary will feature a critical examination of the roles that the New York State governor, the Attorney general, and the New York Bar Association have played in the denial of the return of the law license of attorney Alton Maddox.

The debate will be held at Salem United Methodist Church at 211 West 129th Street on Sunday, February 15th at 3:P.M., and will have the unusual format of both sides agreeing that the time for Maddox's return to the courtroom is long overdue.

That agreement is reflected in the title of the debate, Should the State Return the Law License of Attorney Alton Maddox, Yes or Yes?" Participants will include, activists Larry Hamm, Pam Africa, Professor Leonard Jeffries, Jack Felder, Reverend Joe Bragg, Betty Dopson, Attorney Roger Wareham and broadcaster Gil Noble.

Dr. McIntosh, the moderator of the debate says the speakers "will provide personal insight into the underlying reason for Maddox's historic 20 year suspension."

Although Maddox has reportedly satisfied all of the written conditions in the suspension order, he still remains suspended with no hint of a resolution date.

Dr. Joy DeGruy, social scientist, has included in her research studies of society's historic role in the destruction of the lives and careers of Black men and women who were thought to be dangers to entrenched systems of Black exploitation.

She will integrate the debater’s information with her personal analysis and provide a way forward for the community to assert itself into a winning posture to restore Maddox to his earned position in his community.

Donations will be used to support the Family and Friends of Dr. Mutulu Shakur, political prisoners and Black P.O.W.s. Admission is free. Contact: Dr James C. McIntosh at 347 531-8936 for additional information

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