(BLOOMINGTON) – The City of Bloomington will host a panel discussion exploring the topic “Legal Implications of Issues in the Farmers’ Market” on Thursday, July 11, 2019 from 6 – 7:30 p.m. in City Hall Council Chambers, 401 N. Morton Street. Members of the public concerned about the Market are encouraged to attend.
The moderated discussion will include local activist and community organizer Abby Ang, Indiana University Maurer School of Law Richard S. Melvin Professor of Law Jeannine Bell, Indiana University Maurer School of Law Robert H. McKinney Professor of Law Emeritus and Adjunct Professor of Religious Studies Dan Conkle and American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana Executive Director Jane Heneger.
To begin the event, a series of questions raised by members of the public at previous public meetings will be addressed by the panel. In the time remaining, the public will be invited to ask additional questions.
More information about Abby Ang: Abby Ang is a local activist and community organizer. She serves on the boards of Democracy for Monroe County, Monroe County NOW, and Indivisible Bloomington. For information about the movement to push for more inclusion and safety at the market for marginalized groups, contact email@example.com.
More information about Jeannine Bell here.
More information about Dan Conkle here.
More information about Jane Heneger here.