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Unlocking Justice: Organizing to Address Mass Incarceration

October 21, 2014
This webinar featured on-the-ground strategies to organize support to challenge mass incarceration. Local advocates shared their experiences in moving grassroots supporters towards a shared analysis of the drivers of mass incarceration in their state.

As plans get underway for the 2015 legislative session, advocates are employing a range of tactics including popular education trainings, protests, and statewide criminal justice stakeholder meetings.

During this webinar, we heard about on-the-ground strategies to organize support to challenge mass incarceration.

The webinar slides are available here, and a video recording can be viewed here.

Presenters:

Texas Organizing Strategies
George Dugars and Robin Harrison, Reinvested Communities Leaders
Caitlin Dunklee, Texas Interfaith Center for Public Policy

Wisconsin Organizing Strategies
Charles Hampton, Wisconsin 11×15 Campaign Leader
David Liners, WISDOM

Moderated by Jean Chung, The Sentencing Project

 
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