First Unitarian Society in Newton

Learn about Criminal Justice Issues, May 11-June 28

Learn about Criminal Justice Issues, May 11-June 28

FUSN’s spring Criminal Justice speaker series invites academics, advocates, and program directors to address key issues, May 11-June 28. The series, which runs Tuesday evenings, 7–9 p.m. in the chapel, is free and open to the public. Click the headline for speaker details.

May 17: Rahsaan Hall, director Racial Justice Program, ACLU, Graduate of Andover-Newton, former Suffolk County District Attorney

May 24: Susan Sered, professor of Sociology, Suffolk University; author of Can’t Catch a Break: Gender, Jail, Drugs and the Limits of Personal Responsibility.

June 7: State Senator Cynthia S. Creem, Newton, First Middlesex and Norfolk Districts; member of the Working Group for the Justice Reinvestment Initiative of the Council of State Governments Justice Center

June 21: Arthur Bembury, director, Partakers’ College Behind Bars program

June 28: Erin Freeborn, executive director, Communities for Restorative Justice



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