2019 Year In Review: Criminal Justice Reform & Beyond – Part II

February 9, 2020

2019 has been a year of change within the Criminal Justice Reform movement. In this episode, executive leaders who have been directly impacted will continue the discussion they began in Both Sides of the Bars’ January episode regarding changes that occurred in 2019 within the criminal legal system, the criminal justice reform movement, and what lies ahead. Join BSOTB and these experts as we take a look at 2019 and beyond.

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402
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Both Sides of the Bars

Both Sides of the Bars is a discussion driven show that examines the criminal justice system from various perspectives, including those most impacted by the Criminal Justice System.  It discusses critical questions about how the current system works, its intersections with Social Justice and...

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