• Mar 29 - Apr 1, 2006

Re-Thinking Re-Entry: Confronting Perpetual Punishment

  • Harvard Law School, Cambridge, MA 02138

Co-Sponsored by the Criminal Justice Institute at Harvard Law School

This conference will bring together a broad cross-section of stakeholders – academics, corrections officials, community based organizations, formerly incarcerated people and their families, youth, service providers, government officials and representatives of the media. In bringing together people and organizations representing diverse perspectives on issues surrounding re-entry, we hope to foster communication between all the parties with a vested interest in the successful reintegration of formerly incarcerated people into the community.

Among the confirmed panelists/speakers are:

  • Onwubiko Agozino, PhD, Cheyney University of Pennsylvania
  • True-See Allah, SNAP of Action for Boston Community Development (ABCD)
  • Mary Barr, Conextions, Inc.
  • Lael Chester, Citizens for Juvenile Justice
  • Elyse Clawson, Crime and Justice Institute of Community Resources for Justice
  • Jackson Davis, Center for Community Alternatives
  • Elizabeth Gaynes, The Osborne Association
  • Ronald Hampton, National Black Police Association
  • Kerry Healy, Lieutenant Governor of Massachusetts
  • Ann Jacobs, Women’s Prison Association
  • Lisa Kung, Southern Center for Human Rights
  • Allen “Skip” Land, A Safe Haven
  • David Lovell, PhD, University of Washington
  • Arthur J. Lurigio, Ph.D., Loyola University Chicago
  • Eric Mayo, Atlantic Cape Community College
  • Dorsey Nunn, Legal Services for Prisoners with Children
  • Michael Pinard, University of Maryland School of Law
  • Susan Quinlan, Families in Crisis, Inc.
  • Stanley Richards, The Fortune Society
  • Alan Rosenthal, Center for Community Alternatives
  • Paul Samuels, Legal Action Center
  • Wayne Thompson, Oklahoma Health Care Project
  • Marsha Weissman, Center for Community Alternatives
  • Bruce Western, Ph.D., Princeton University
  • Joseph Williams, Transition of Prisoners, Inc.
  • Donna Willmott, Legal Services for Prisoners with Children
  • Natasha Williams, Ph.D., H. Jack Geiger Congressional Health Policy Fellow