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COVID-19 and Incarceration
The crisis of COVID-19 has impacted the nation’s incarceration facilities, placing confined populations with limited personal protection resources in a vulnerable situation. Learn what is occurring on the federal and local level, the realities and history of disease inside prisons, and what the lived experience of being incarcerated under these circumstances means.

Our panel of experts on criminal justice, epidemiology, and advocacy will explore what is happening and what more can be done in a moderated conversation.

Featuring:

Dr. Brie Williams
Founder and Director, AMEND at the
University of California San Francisco

Dr. Kimberly Collica-Cox
Professor
Pace University 

Roy L. Austin, Jr.
Attorney and Partner, Harris
Wiltshire & Grannis LLP

Lawrence Bartley
Director of “News Inside”
The Marshall Project

Brian Fischer
Former Sing Sing Prison Superintendent
Commissioner, NY State Department of Corrections

Chazidy Bowman
Advocate
Ohio Prisoner’s Justice League

Dr. Homer Venters
Physician and Epidemiologist
Community Oriented Correctional Health Services (COCHS)

Sponsored by:
AMEND at the University of California San Francisco
Transforming Correctional culture inside prisons and jails and reduce the debilitating health effects of those environments.

Sep 22, 2020 06:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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