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Join Communities for Criminal Justice Awareness and the New York Society for Ethical Culture as we explore issues of criminal justice with those seeking political office in New York State.
Hear from and pose your questions to candidates for governor, lieutenant governor, attorney general, comptroller, the senate and the assembly so that they know that criminal justice issues cannot be ignored and that justice is the mandate.
To have your questions considered, we urge you to submit them (two per registrant) by using the Contact the Organizer button on the registration page or by emailing them to email@example.com.
Bring your voice to this valuable opportunity to stand up for justice.
Have questions about the Forum? Contact Sheila Rule at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The Riverside Church Prison Ministry
Communities for Criminal Justice Awareness is a coalition of individuals, organizations and others who are committed to a just and fair criminal justice system and to holding our elected officials to the highest standards of full representation.
is the cornerstone of the Ethical movement founded in 1876 by Dr. Felix Adler. Throughout its history it has helped create significant community institutions that have had a long- lasting effect in promoting civil society.