Friday, November 15, 2019
8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Commonwealth Chateau at SugarLoaf
9220 Germantown Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19118
Mark Holden serves as general counsel and senior vice president of Koch Industries, Inc. In addition, he serves as senior vice president of Stand Together, board member of Americans for Prosperity and Chairman of the Board of Americans for Prosperity Foundation, and is a long-time advocate for criminal justice reform.
Larry Krasner is the 26th District Attorney of Philadelphia. Krasner was elected to the position in 2017 on a platform to reform elements of the criminal justice system, including to reduce mass incarceration, and took office in January 2018.
Keir Bradford-Grey is the Chief Defender of the Philadelphia Defenders Association. At the Defender Association, Ms. Bradford-Grey focuses on serving the citizens of Philadelphia through innovative programs that empower communities and ensure that justice is fair and final. Ms. Bradford-Grey has spearheaded initiatives to help clients develop skills to successfully re-enter their communities after serving their time in the justice system.
A discussion on how poverty and race impact treatment within the criminal justice system to include new strategies and legislation designed to create equity in the system.
Be the Loudest Voice will explore the role of advocacy in the fight for equity within the criminal justice system. The discussion will include example of how advocacy has helped to inform and shape legislation.
Employment in Reintegration will discuss the current state of employment and how reform makes economic sense.
Healthcare in Reintegration will cast a light on the hidden health issues related to successful reintegration.
Housing in Reintegration will highlight the barriers to gaining housing for the formerly incarcerated, the work that is currently being done, and the reform required to improve the system.
The Town Hall Discussion will focus on sharing the current strategies and work being doing at the state and national level; as well as the outlook on criminal justice reform over the next 10 years.
9220 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19118, United States