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Be a part of the conversations, facilitated by Dasha Kelly, about the role of the arts in criminal justice reform begun at this fall's Milwaukee Model symposium. Come thirty minutes before each conversation for an express talk. Meet outside the San Quentin exhibition.
Thurs, March 7, 6:15 p.m.: Restoring Rights
What is the societal impact of restricting the voting rights of individuals reentering the community after incarceration?
Employment & Training Specialist / Reentry Lead
Department of Workforce Development
Director of Diversity & Inclusion
Metro Milwaukee Society of Human Resources Management
Director, Multicultural Affairs, Community Engagement & Men of Color
Milwaukee Area Technical College
EXPO Wisconsin & JustUs Leadership
Representative, Committee on Corrections
Wisconsin State Assembly
Dasha Kelly and Rob Smith will moderate the discussion. Kelly is a cultural organizer and founder of Still Waters Collective. Smith is a history professor at Marquette University and director of its Center for Urban Research, Teaching and Outreach.
Free admission, thanks to Meijer Free First Thursdays