Criminal Justice Reform Public Advocate Forum
February 21 @ 6:00 pm - 8:30 pmFree
Join us for a robust conversation about criminal justice in New York City with candidates for the Office of Public Advocate
Did you know there was an Office of Public Advocate? Do you know what the Public Advocate does? Did you know if something happens to the mayor of New York who takes his place? While technically speaking, the office of Public Advocate has little political power, however 17 people are vying for the seat and the last two people who held the office became the current mayor and attorney general of New York City. Join the Justice-in-Education Scholars in a discussion with five of the leading candidates who just may be New York’s next Public Advocate…and even more!