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Unlocking Justice: Felony Disenfranchisement and State-Level Advocacy

September 27, 2012
In 2010, a record 5.85 million people were disenfranchised as a result of a felony conviction. This webinar highlighted research findings and advocacy strategies for felony disenfranchisement reform.

The Sentencing Project hosted a webinar on our recent report documenting that in 2010, a record 5.85 million people were disenfranchised as a result of a felony conviction. The webinar highlighted research findings and advocacy strategies for reform.

Presenters:

  • Marc Mauer, The Sentencing Project 
  • Christopher Uggen, University of Minnesota 
  • Bruce Reilly, Formerly Incarcerated & Convicted People’s Movement and student at Tulane University Law School

The webinar slides are available for download below.

 
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