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Presentation 2: Criminal Justice

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Mill Valley Community Center

180 Camino Alto

Mill Valley, CA 94941

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PRESENTERS:

Don Carney: Director of Youth Programs, YMCA

Jessica Jackson Sloan: Mayor, Mill Valley

Kevin Lynch: Deputy Director, Marin County Juvenile Probation

John Wallace: Leadership Committee Member, United Marin Rising

Zoevina Pariani-Delgado: Sister, Essise Justice Group

Monique Brown: General Manager, Marin City Community Services District

LaDell Dangerfield: Public Defender, Marin County Public Defender’s Office



Participants will be able to:

1. identify at least two (2) strategies or actions that are working towards racial justice in Marin County and beyond.

2. Describe how racism operates at various levels and forms in U.S. society

EDUCATIONAL AND DIALOGUE PRESENTATION SERIES:

In the subsequent weeks and months after the workshop, various communities throughout Marin will host a series of conversations and educational presentations on topics such as healthcare, environmental housing, education, criminal justice and economics through the lens of race. Each conversation and educational presentation will bring a diverse panel of subject matter experts who will provide their professional and personal perspectives and insights based on current evidencebased research information and historical context. Each topic of conversation and presentation will be approximately two (2) hours in length at different locations, days and times of the week.

At the conclusion of the Race Matters Dialogue and Educational series, participants will be encouraged to participate in Marin County’s 2nd Annual Equity Summit in November 2017 that is being planned by a host of community organizations throughout Marin County.

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Mill Valley Community Center

180 Camino Alto

Mill Valley, CA 94941

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