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Unlocking Justice: State Collateral Consequences Reform

September 25, 2012
This webinar provided an overview of efforts to reform collateral consequences including access to employment, felony disenfranchisement, and access to public benefits.

The Sentencing Project co-hosted a webinar with the ACLU, Crossroad Bible Institute, National Employment Law Project, and the National H.I.R.E. Network on our recent joint report regarding state reforms for collateral consequences.

The webinar provided an overview of efforts to reform collateral consequences including access to employment, felony enfranchisement, and access to public benefits.

Panelists:

  • Rachel Bloom, ACLU
  • Nicolette Chambery, Crossroad Bible Institute
  • Roberta Meyers, LAC/H.I.R.E.
  • Nicole D. Porter, The Sentencing Project
  • Michelle Natividad Rodriguez, NELP

The webinar slides are available for download below.

 
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