The Movement to End Mass Incarceration: The Importance of Centering the Voices, Experience & Leadership of Formerly Incarcerated People
December 14 @ 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm
Join the Southern Center for Human Rights (SCHR) for a discussion with formerly incarcerated leaders about ending mass incarceration, the importance of centering the voices, experiences, and leadership of formerly incarcerated people, and the critical need to prioritize ending the mass incarceration of women and girls.
Moderator & Host
Waleisah Wilson, Client Services Advocate, Southern Center for Human Rights
Tanika Nicholas, Justice Reform Partnership Strategist, Southern Center for Human Rights
Robyn Hasan-Simpson Bey, Executive Director, Women on the Rise
Page Dukes, Program Manager, Mourning Our Losses
Dr. Chalana McFarland, Board Director, NewLife-Second Chance Outreach, Inc.