Beyond A Reasonable Doubt: Troy Davis and Capital Punishmentin Georgia
April 26, 2016
5:00 to 6:30 p.m.
Social Sciences 3029
A Talk by Gautam Narula, Author of “Remain Free”
When Georgia death row inmate Troy Davis was executed in 2011, despite serious doubts
about his guilt, he was the most well-known death row inmate in the world. Drawing
upon his close friendship with Davis and years working on the case, Gautam Narula
shows how the Troy Davis case exemplified the common issues with the death penalty
in Georgia: racial and income bias, arbitrary application, and an inflexible legal
and political system that may allow innocent people to be executed.
This event is organized The Center for African and African Diaspora Studies and the
India China America Institute at Kennesaw State University.