Archive for November, 2013

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  • Pensar las cárceles de América Latina: CFP

    Check out this amazing CFP to participate in an international colloquium on prisons in Latin America this April 23-25 in Lima, Perú. Será un coloquio fascinante! Here is the CFP in Spanish: Convocatoria.

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  • Adjunct Opportunity: Criminal Justice Course at LaGuardia (Winter)

    LaGuardia Community College is seeking an adjunct to teach a Introduction to Criminal Justice course during the winter session  (Jan-Feb) on M/W 5:45-9pm. If you are interested, please contact Colleen Eren.

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  • Talking Transition: Criminal Justice Conversations

    Talking Transition: Criminal Justice Conversations Election Day isn’t (and should be) the only day of the year that the public has an opportunity to shape politics. Talking Transition has created a space to keep the conversations about issues that matter to New Yorkers going. There are several […]

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  • Screening of Herman’s House (11/12@7pm)

    Herman’s House is a documentary that chronicles the friendship between artist Jackie Sumell and Mr. Herman Wallace, one of the political prisoners of the Angola 3. “What kind of house does a man who has lived in a 6×9′ box for 30 years dream of?” […]

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  • Prison and Policing…on the Stage and Silver Screen

    We’ve recently learned of two upcoming events that feature the experience of police, policing, and incarceration — the first dramatized in a one-man theatrical performance, the second a documentary debuting at the DOC NYC Film Festival.   My Father’s a Cop   My Father’s a […]

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  • Community-based Policing: A Look to the Future of Public Safety in New York City (Nov. 15 @JJay)

    Community-based Policing: A Look to the Future of Public Safety in New York City Friday, November 15, 9:30am-5:30pm John Jay College, room L. 63 of the New Building stopandfriskinfo.org The Center on Race, Crime & Justice is hosting a conference focusing on public safety in […]

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  • The Riverside Church Prison Ministry: 40 Years (Nov 8-9)

    Join The Riverside Church on November 8 and 9 to honor the 40th anniversary of the Prison Ministry, and to kick off a new campaign to improve parole, reunite families, and restore communities. Featuring: 
 Hill Harper Actor and author of Letters to a Young […]

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