Jacqueline Polverari and Jeff Grant will be the presenters at Albertus Magnus College’s spring 2020 Justice Panel, which is now scheduled for Monday, October 19th, at 5 pm in New Haven, CT. Details to come!
For the last five years, a semi-annual event at Albertus Magnus College has been a presentation by the Pursuing Truth and Justice Student-Faculty Panel, or “Justice Panel,” for short. The Justice Panel is a student-faculty collaboration aimed at addressing contemporary instances of institutionalized injustice. Themes in the past include police-community relations, human trafficking, access to mental health services, the role of the prosecutor, racial privilege and exclusion, immigration policy, racial justice in the NFL, and the status of Puerto Rico.
The Justice Panel lasts one hour and allows for each presenter to speak, followed by a respondent, additional remarks by the speakers, and comments from the floor. As we wish to include the students in the evening program, the Panel will present at 5:00 pm.
The themes of incarceration and re-entry are intended to branch out to other elements of criminal justice reform and to other topics that bear on justice. For instance, there is an interest on campus in the topics of mass incarceration, restorative justice, and the loss of civil rights by felons who have completed their sentences.
The Justice Panel is open to the entire Albertus Magnus College population and the community at large.
“Incarceration and Re-Entry: A View from the Inside”
Jacqueline Polverari, MSW, Executive Director of Evolution Reentry Service
Jeff Grant, M.Div., Director of the Progressive Prison Project, Co-Founder of Progressive Prison Ministries
Cecilia Sebastian, Ph.D. Candidate in German Studies, Yale University
Tracy Bowens, ’19, Masters in Leadership Program, Albertus Magnus College
Please note: This program will be offered twice
Monday, October 19, 2020, Virtual Event
5:00 – 6:00 p.m.
To reserve a space please email (email@example.com) or call 203-401-2024
Sponsored by the Preaching Truth and Justice Panel Committee and the Criminal Justice Program