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Driving Criminal Justice Reform- Opportunities for Change

October 10, 2019 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm


Participate in a dynamic conversation with a collaboration of racial justice advocates from the Task Force on Criminal Justice Reform, hosted by Karen Coy-Romano, former activist in the 1960’s civil rights movement and open housing marches, and Sean Wilson, statewide organizer for the ACLU Smart Justice Campaign, all engaged in statewide criminal justice issues to end mass incarceration, drive public awareness, community engagement and legislative reform for common-sense solutions to reducing prison admissions, addressing racial disparities and racial bias in charging/sentencing, crime-less revocations, and DOC policies and practices that prevent successful community re-integration.

The Task Force on Criminal Justice Reform includes:

Karen J. Coy-Romano, CFRE, MS, President, SOLUTIONS UNLIMITED
Sean Wilson, Statewide Organizer, ACLU Campaign for Smart Justice

ACLU of Wisconsin
Youth Justice Milwaukee
League of Women Voters
YWCA of Southeastern Wisconsin
EXPO (Ex-Incarcerated People Organizing)
Project Return
Wisconsin Justice Initiative
Urban Underground
Social Development Commission
United Way of Greater Milwaukee and Waukesha
UW-Milwaukee, Sustainable Peace Building
Black Leaders Organizing for Communities (BLOC)
Pastors United Community Advocacy
Inception Consulting Group
MATC, Second Chance Program
Community Advocates- Public Policy Institute
Marquette University
City of Milwaukee, Common Council Workforce Development
City of Milwaukee Office of Violence Prevention
Milwaukee Co. Office on African American Affairs


October 10, 2019
4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
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Conversation Topics
Race. Race Relations. Racial and Other Forms of Equity. Inclusion. Diversity., Community Engagement. Community Involvement. Community Vitality., Public Safety. Justice System.
Type of Conversation
A deeper conversation primarily for discussing a topic and experiences in-depth with an eye towards taking action, An intensive conversation primarily for bringing together people interested in making lasting and/or systemic change through more organized effort


YWCA of SE Wisconsin
1915 N. Martin Luther King Drive
Milwaukee, WI 53212 United States
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