Join us on Thursday, April 17 for a Panel Discussion: Prisons, Police, Race, and the War on Drugs


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Leading academicians, activists, political figures, and lawyers will discuss a critical, oft-neglected, public policy issue: how police, prosecutorial, and prison-related practices lead to the dramatically disproportionate confinement of poor people of color.


Panelists include:

  • Jeffrion Aubry, Assemblymember and Chair of the Assembly Committee on Correction;
  • Kamau Karl Franklin, Radical Justice Fellow at the Center for Constitutional Rights and co-chair of the National Conference of Black Lawyers;
  • Robert Gangi, Executive Director of the Correctional Association of New York;
  • Dennis Smith, Associate Professor of Public Policy at NYU Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service.

Time: 6:30

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April 17, 2008