Racial Fairness and the Courts: A Conversation on Reforming the Criminal and Civil Justice System to Overcome Systemic Racism

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9 a.m. Hawaii / 10 a.m. Alaska / 11 a.m. Pacific / 12 p.m. Mountain / 1 p.m. Central / 2 p.m. Eastern
Duration: 75 minutes

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December 2, 2020

There are a number of access points for racism to creep into our civil and criminal justice systems.

Individuals may find themselves caught in one or the other system, or both: many individuals in the criminal justice system have civil justice system stressors like housing or employment, and ensuring a “whole-person” approach and collaborative tactics might go a long way in ensuring the best outcome. Join civil and criminal justice system advocates for a conversation that will explore how to hold system players accountable, the lasting effects of COVID-19 changes in court operations, collateral consequences, and places where judicial leadership can help.

MODERATOR: Hon. J. Michelle Childs

PANELISTS:
Ron Flagg, president, Legal Services Corporation
Alice Fontier, managing director, Neighborhood Defenders Service of Harlem
Emily Galvin-Almanza, CEO and founder, Partners for Justice
Nicole Ndumele, director of litigation strategy, Arnold Ventures
Shana-Tara O’Toole, founder and president, Due Process Institute

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Individuals may find themselves caught in one or the other system, or both: many individuals in the criminal justice system have civil justice system stressors like housing or employment, and ensuring a “whole-person” approach and collaborative tactics might go a long way in ensuring the best outcome. Join civil and criminal justice system advocates for a conversation that will explore how to hold system players accountable, the lasting effects of COVID-19 changes in court operations, collateral consequences, and places where judicial leadership can help.

MODERATOR: Hon. J. Michelle Childs

PANELISTS:
Ron Flagg, president, Legal Services Corporation
Alice Fontier, managing director, Neighborhood Defenders Service of Harlem
Emily Galvin-Almanza, CEO and founder, Partners for Justice
Nicole Ndumele, director of litigation strategy, Arnold Ventures
Shana-Tara O’Toole, founder and president, Due Process Institute

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