Third Annual IAHR Advocacy Day in Annapolis

Advocacy Day Agenda

 

 

9 - 9:30 am   
Arrival and Registration


9:30 - 11 am
Overview of Solitary Confinement in Maryland; IAHR’s history and mission
Rabbi Charles Feinberg

Short animated film on solitary confinement and restrictive housing
Sue Borchardt

How to be an Advocate
Kimberly Haven

11 am - 4 pm                                     
Advocacy Day Appointments

                                   

Parking information:

Avoid the Crowds: Visitors who wish to avoid the city’s busiest parking locations should consider the Park Place Garage located at One Park Place on West Street or the Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium lot. Park Place is serviced daily by the free Circulator and the stadium lot includes an Express shuttle service during the legislative session from 7:45am to 8:45am & 3:30pm-5:15pm Monday-Friday. Stadium shuttle fare is $2.

Improved Circulator Route: The free Circulator includes new stops that will benefit session visitors. The new School Street-Church Circle stop gives visitors near the State House complex faster and more convenient service back to the three garages on West Street (Gott’s Court, Knighton, and Park Place.) The new State Garage stop at 19 St. Johns Street is designed to encourage visitors to take advantage of State Garage’s free public parking Monday-Friday 6 pm to 6 am and all weekend. The North Street-State Circle stop allows visitors easy access to the State House and other state government buildings. Visitors can track the Circulator’s location in real-time by downloading the “RLS Shuttle” app to their smartphone and clicking “Annapolis,” or visiting the mobile-friendly website annapolisparking.com/circulator-alternative-transportation.

Reserve Garage Parking Online: Visitors to Annapolis can reserve garage parking online in Noah Hillman Garage, Knighton Garage, or Gotts Court Garage. Simply visit www.annapolisparking.com, navigate to the garage of your choice, and select “Buy Daily Parking.”

Find All Parking Options Online: There are plenty of parking options available to those visiting Annapolis. Visitors can explore these options at www.annapolisparking.com, a mobile-friendly website featuring maps, rates, contact information, and additional details about the garages, surface lots, on-street parking, and Circulator services available to the public.

 

WHEN
February 06, 2019 at 9am - 3pm
WHERE
State House Building
6 Bladen St
Room 142
Annapolis, MD 21401
United States
Google map and directions
CONTACT
Suzanne O'Hatnick ·
65 RSVPS
Darius Williams Ciara Jones Maria Brown Kate Shepard Michele Sumka Ameejill Whitlock Margaret Cotter ruth Smith Lenore Meyers Alonzo Smith Patricia Martin Anita Lampel Carol stern Joan Dorsey Robert Goren Miriam Jolee Robinson Andrew Miller kenniss henry Sandi Morton Jim Henkelman-Bahn Paul Jones Glennor Shirley Marc Oliver Richard Marks John List Suzanne O'Hatnick Elizabeth DuVerlie Connie Moore Clayton Ogg Deborah Shipman Warren Rymes Vincent Greco Ed Kopf Becca Gardner Pat Marks Annie Brown Charles Feinberg

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