734 A Street, Second Floor
San Rafael, California 94901
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Criminal justice inequities by race and social class come in many varieties from many causes. The panel will exchange insights and possible remedies from their particular perspectives.
- Excessive bail
- Fines and fees
- Targeted policing and arrests
- Excessive charging and sentencing
- Lack of diversion and restorative justice
- School to prison pipeline
- Inability to face a jury of one’s peers
- Inability to obtain quality legal defense
Come hear a great panel of justice experts be interviewed by Peter B. Collins, longtime social justice commentator and radio host.
Lori Frugoli - Marin's new District Attorney moving quickly to better balance the scales of criminal justice.
Anne Stuhldreher - Director of the Financial Justice Project for the City and County of San Francisco (first in the nation to successfully eliminate criminal justice administrative fees, including outstanding debt from those, and jail inmate phone fees)
Tony Platt - esteemed historian of mass incarceration (latest book: "Behind These Walls: Rethinking Crime and Punishment in the United States")
Organization: Marin Chapter of the ACLU of Northern California
Contact: Seating is Limited: RSVP Below