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Center for Justice featured in the Columbia Newsletter

By Bashar Makhay Spring 2017 Issue   In 2014 Columbia University’s Center for Justice, now headed by Geraldine Downey, grew out of a yearlong pilot project called the Justice Initiative. Its origins date back to 2009 with the founding of... READ MORE

THE INVITATION: JUSTICE INVOLVED

The Broadway Advocacy Coalition and Columbia Law School present THE INVITATION: JUSTICE INVOLVEDColumbia University – Altschul Auditorium 420 W. 118th St Sunday, April 23, 2017 7:00pm EST Press Contacts: Meghan Bartley, meghanbartley@me.com Nancy Goldfarb, ng2319@columbia.edu   The Broadway Advocacy Coalition

Sara Bennett uses photography as advocacy

DEFENSE ATTORNEY TURNED PHOTOGRAPHER CAPTURES ‘LIFE AFTER LIFE IN PRISON’ BY JAMIE MALESZKA APRIL 14, 2017 The frankness of the photo makes you lean in. This is what a second chance looks like. Sara Bennett’s photo series Life After Life in Prison bears witness... READ MORE

LEADING WITH CONVICTION IN THE ERA OF TRUMP

Join leaders, activists, and students for the release of a new report, “Leading with Conviction,” and an in-depth discussion on investing in formerly incarcerated leaders toward movement building.    CLICK HERE TO LIVE STREAM ON THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 2017

Stop and Frisk?

FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC; REGISTRATION REQUIRED. Learning how this policy impacted a community in the Bronx. A special presentation by the Morris Justice Project. How to follow on Livestream: About ten minutes before the event, go to this