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  • Carceral States: Rethinking Prisons and Criminal Justice (3/28@GC)

    The Prison Studies Group presents The Fourth Annual, Interdisciplinary, Graduate Student Conference Carceral States: Rethinking Prisons and Criminal Justice Friday, March 28 12:30-5:30pm @ The Graduate Center, room 5409 We hope to see you there! (click on the below flyers to access them as downloadable […]

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  • The Historical Roots of Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Criminal Justice (2/25@JJ)

    The Historical Roots of Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Criminal Justice featuring Clinton Lacey, Deputy Commissioner for the NYC Department of Probation Tuesday, February 25th at 1:45pm  John Jay College, Room L.76 Reception to follow in L72 at 2:45pm You may RSVP on John Jay […]

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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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  • “Race, Law, and Justice” – CUNY BMI Eighth Annual Conference (10/4/13)

    The CUNY Black Male Initiative hosts it’s eighth annual conference this year at York College. The event is packed with amazing panels and esteemed speakers, all on the topic of “Race, Law, and Justice.” Under the direction of Elliott Dawes, CUNY BMI has paid critical […]

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  • Panel: Deportation Laws and Their Local Impact (9/16; 4-6pm @ JJay)

    Panel: Deportation Laws and Their Local Impact The Inaugural Event for a semester-long Immigration and Deportation Initiative at John Jay. Monday, September 16, Time: 4-6pm 9.64 Conference Room, New Building, John Jay College, 524 W. 59th St, NYC RSVP to oar@jjay.cuny.edu. Commissioner Dora Schriro, NYC Department […]

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  • “Dealing with Crime in New York”

    As New Yorkers head to the polls this fall to elect a new Mayor, the issue of criminal justice is front and center. In the Opinion Section’s “Room for Debate,” The New York Times has published the suggestions of  six experts (including several CUNY faculty – Maria […]

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