U.S. Prisons and Minorities
The program of “Behind the Cycle: A National Summit to Advance an Integrative Approach to Justice Reform” was held at the Bethesda Marriott.
Organizers made opening remarks at a forum on U.S. prisons and minority incarceration. They spoke about efforts by the Open Society Institute to end the cycle of incarceration seen in many poor and minority communities, and to provide assistance to local communities and governments to both build assistance programs and enact reforms.
The program of “Behind the Cycle: A National Summit to Advance an Integrative Approach to Justice Reform” was held at the Bethesda Marriott. close
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Catherine Beane Consultant
Nkechi Taifa Senior Policy Analyst Open Society Institute->Civil and Criminal Justice Reform
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