Robert A. Harvie Social Justice Lecture Series Olinda Moyd Thomas Hillier II Juan Melendez Richard LeMieux

Upcoming lecture

Washington State's Moratorium on the Death Penalty
Featuring General Counsel to Governor Jay Inslee, Nick Brown

Nov. 7, 2014
4 p.m.
Harned Hall 110

Join Nick Brown as he discusses the history of the death penalty in Washington State and those factors that led to the Governor's controversial decision.


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Contact information

Robert Hauhart
360-438-4525
rhauhart@stmartin.edu

Promoting social justice awareness


Department overviewCommunication studies (M., m.) Community services (M.)Community services and social work internshipsCriminal justice (M., m.)Legal studies (m.)Social justice (m.)Social work (M.)Sociology and Cultural Anthropology (M., m.)Women's studies (M.)Harvie Social Justice Lecture Series


The Robert A. Harvie Social Justice Lecture Series was created by Dr. Robert Hauhart, professor of criminal justice, Saint Martin's University, to raise awareness of social justice issues within the community and to honor the work of Dr. Harvie, former professor and chair of the Department of Criminal Justice at Saint Martin's.

This annual series will include four speakers who will speak about a variety of issues that pertain to both local issues, here in Washington State, and across the nation.

Admission to lecture series events is free and open to the public.

Past speakers

Hamar Foster, QC, September 26, 2014
GRuB, Colvin Ranch, Sustainable South Sound and Helsing Junction Farm, April 22, 2014 
Jeff Birkenstein, Anna Froula, Karen Randell, March 18, 2014
Mimi Marinucci, November 8, 2013 
Jeff Torlina, September 27, 2013
Bruce Neas, April 12, 2013
Christina Lopez, February 8, 2013
Dr. Michael Honey, November 9, 2012
Richard LeMieux, September 28, 2012
Alice Nelson, April 16, 2012
Teresa Marbut and women's studies students, February 6 2012
Justice Tom Chambers, November 14 2011
Denny Hurtado, September 30 2011
Christine Schaller, April 15 2011
Gary Tabor, February 4 2011
William Hawe, November 5 2010
Barry Hill, September 24 2010
Monica Peabody, April 16 2010
Senator Ed Murray, February 19 2010
S. Aaron Hegde, November 6 2009
Sister Helen Prejean, October 1st 2009
Rick Day, April 24th 2009
Susan Leyster, Nicholas Kucharik, and Alicia LeDuc, February 20th 2009
Aileen Miller and Lawrence T. Yokoyama, November 14th 2008
Juan Roberto Melendez, October 3rd 2008
Jackie McMurtrie, April 18th 2008
Thomas Hillier II, February 22nd 2008
Sally Harrison, November 16th 2007
Hon. Gerry Alexander, October 5th 2007
Judge Clifford "Kip" Stilz, April 13th 2007
Jennifer Weiler, March 2nd 2007
Deborah Bergthold, Nov 17th 2006
Olinda Moyd, Oct 6th 2006

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