USC Institute for Media Literacy and the Seton Hall School of Law will be launching on Monday a “Virtual Guantanamo” to focus on public policy issues surrounding the Guantanamo Bay Detention Center. The first in a series of monthly discussions about various political, legal and ethical questions surrounding the detention center, the program on Monday will center on constitutional questions relevant to Guantanamo. It looks like this will be a mixed-reality discussion, taking place both at Seton Hall and in-world at a simulated Guantanamo detention center.
Rik Riel has a great write up with photos and videos.
That’s this Monday, September 17, beginning at 10:30AM PST at IML sim (teleport SLURL).
Written by: kanter