The 4th Annual Reentry Forum – I’m Home, What Next?

The 4th Annual Reentry Forum – I’m Home, What Next? Thursday, July 17th 2014 10 A.M. – 3:00 PM. Hostos Community College Savoy Multipurpose Room 120 East 149th Street @ Walton Avenue Bronx, New York 10451 Take the 2,5, or 4 train to 149th Street/Grand

P2PH Academy Seminar on Drug Policy

P2PH Academy Seminar on Drug Policy The Global Drug Control System: Has The US Government Moved From Being Architect of the Problem, to Being Part of the Solution? Speaker: Mike Trace, Chairman of the International Drug Policy Consortium, former United Kingdom

WHAT IT IZ! The Spoken Wordical

The Center for NuLeadership on Urban Solutions & NeON Arts* present… WHAT IT IZ! The Spoken Wordical ~ A Dramatic Remix Reading ~ INSPIRED BY THE 1975 CLASSIC THE WIZ! Followed by a Talkback with the Cast! Produced by Bryonn

Surveillance City: The War on Drugs in Urban Neighborhoods

Presented by the Center for New York City Affairs at The New School 2014 Nathan Levin Lecture on Public Policy The War on Drugs has created a powerful surveillance state in America’s most disadvantaged neighborhoods. High-tech techniques criminalize entire blocks and

A Public Health Approach to Incarceration Conference Video

On June 3rd and 4th, the Mass Incarceration and Public Health Initiative at Mailman School of Public Health, with support from the Tow Foundation, hosted “Opportunities for Action: A Public Health Approach to Incarceration” a conference focusing putting a public health... READ MORE

Beyond the Bars Conference Video

The Justice Initiative, the Criminal Justice Caucus and the Criminal Justice Initiative: Supporting Children, Families and Communities are incredibly grateful to everyone who attended, contributed and helped to organize this years conference.  This was the biggest Beyond the Bars conference... READ MORE

Talks at the Schomburg: Stuck In Segregation

Throughout history, legal and de facto forms of segregation have restricted the ability of black communities to fully access housing, education, and banking. A long-fought battle before the civil rights movement, the complexity of today’s patterns of segregation takes many

Injustice and Mass Incarceration: A Threat to Public Health

Please join the Mailman School’s Incarceration and Public Health Initiative for Injustice and Mass Incarceration: A Threat to Public Health onJune 3. This talk will be given by Bryan Stevenson, a lawyer who is known nationally for challenging bias against the poor and people