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Institutional Racism: Mass Incarceration
Institutional Racism: Mass Incarceration
3/2/20211:04:04

The crisis of COVID-19's impact on incarcerated populations has brought back into focus the explosion of incarceration rates in our country over the past half-century and the stark evidence of institutionalized racism driving who gets sent to prison. This conversation focuses on what steps Washington can take to get serious about ending mass incarceration.

Speakers:
Moderated by Enrique Cerna, journalist

Dr. Katherine Beckett, University of Washington

Carmen Pacheco Jones, Director of Health and Justice Recovery Alliance/Co Founder of Implicit Equity Consulting

Christopher Poulos, Executive Director of the Washington Statewide Reentry Council

Jeffery Robinson, ACLU Deputy Legal Director and Director of the Trone Center for Justice and Equality

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