March 28, 2014 Long-Term Sentences and Aging in Prison: Re-Thinking Risk and Rehabilitation
New York -- Marc Mauer will be a participant on the panel, Barriers to Release, at the Columbia University symposium, Long-Term Sentences and Aging in Prison: Re-Thinking Risk and Rehabilitation. The symposium is a collaborative campaign of the Columbia University Justice Initiative, the Osborne Association, and the Correctional Association of New York.
April 5, 2014 Princeton University SPEAR conference
Princeton, NJ---Marc Mauer, executive director of The Sentencing Project, will be one of the keynote speakers at the Students for Prison Education and Reform (SPEAR) conference at Princeton University. Jeremy Haile, federal advocacy counsel at The Sentencing Project, will speak on a prison advocacy panel and an advocacy workshop.
April 8, 2014 Windows From Prison
Fairfax, Virginia - Marc Mauer will discuss incarceration at George Mason University's Windows from Prison, an exhibtion and discussion of photographs requested by people who are incarcerated put together by students from George Mason University and Duke Ellington HIgh School in Washington, D.C.
.Issue Area(s): Incarceration
April 25, 2014 Restore Felony Voting Rights: Resisting the Roll-back of Civil Rights
Lexington, KY -- Nicole D. Porter will be a participant in the workshop, Resisting the Roll-back of Civil Rights, focused on voting rights campaigns for persons with prior felony convictions. The Assembly 2014, Make it Happen: Putting Faith, Hope and Love into Action, is an event organized for United Methodist Women members, partners, and new attendees to meet and discuss social justice issues. Find more information here.Issue Area(s): Felony Disenfranchisement
May 3, 2014 Restoration, Redemption & ReEntry Conference
Charlotte, NC--Marc Mauer will discuss alternatives to incarceration on the panel “To Be Free At Last: The Movement to End Mass Incarceration" at a conference sponsored by the Exodus Foundation at St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church.Issue Area(s): Collateral Consequences
State(s): North Carolina