CJPC's Executive Director to Speak at the First Forum For Progressive Needham, The League of Women Voters of Needham, and the Needham Area Immigration Justice Task Force Present: The Needham Human Rights Speaker Series
First Forum: Criminal Justice Reform: Why Now?
September 10, 2017
Needham Public Library
1139 Highland Avenue, Needham, MA 02494
Franklin Baxley, Interim Director of the Criminal Justice Policy Coalition, is a returning citizen, former attorney and current advocate for criminal justice policy reform in Massachusetts.
Colleen Kirby, Legislative Specialist for Criminal Justice Reform & Courts, League of Women Voters of Massachusetts
Megan Sullivan, Associate Dean for Faculty Research and Development at Boston University’s College of General Studies, is an author, professor and advocate for children of incarcerated parents.
All series events are free and open to the public. For information email email@example.com.
Criminal Justice Policy Coalition
(CJPC) was created in 1996 in order to bring together those individuals and organizations concerned about the individual and societal repercussions of the increasingly retributive nature of criminal justice policy in Massachusetts.