Friday, October 30, 2020 | Virtual Event

Race, Justice & Equity

Amid a national conversation about race, what has emerged is an understanding that the Americans who interact with police, who are arrested, and who are in jails are predominantly Black and Latino men and women. Building on our pivotal conversations from the Atlantic Festival, we explored how to reform, and possibly rebuild, a criminal justice system that has for too long been based on racial inequities.

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    Correcting Over Criminalization

    Speakers

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      Brittany K. Barnett

      Attorney and Co-Founder, The Buried Alive Project

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      Ron Brownstein

      Senior editor, The Atlantic

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      MiAngel Cody

      Lead Counsel, The Decarceration Collective

    Reimagining Public Safety and Policing

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      Amanda Alexander

      Founding Executive Director, Detroit Justice Center

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      Ron Brownstein

      Senior editor, The Atlantic

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      Deanna Van Buren

      Founder and Executive Director, Designing Justice + Designing Spaces

    Event Details

    Virtual Event

    Friday, October 30, 2020

    02:15 PM EDT

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