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St. Chrysostom's Episcopal Church

1424 North Dearborn Street

Chicago, IL 60610

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Confronting the Moral Crisis of Mass Incarceration

Understanding the Criminal Justice System and Making Change Happen

Four Thursday Evenings: January 25, February 1, February 8, February 15 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. (gather from 6:00 to 6:30)


Learning What Needs to Be Done and How We Can Help


Hosted by St. Chrysostom’s Episcopal Church

  • 1 block east of CTA Clark Street busses (Schiller Street stop)
  • A brief walk from CTA Red Line (Clark & Division station)
  • Public Parking at 1250 N. Dearborn, 88 W Schiller, 1455 N. Clark, 1325 N. State, 1560 N Sandburg Terrace (see Spot Hero or www.chicago.bestparking.com)


Moderator: Rob Wildeboer, Senior Editor of News, Public Radio Station WBEZ


PLEASE JOIN US—ALL ARE WELCOME!



Program Details:

January 25 | The Origins and Impact of Mass Incarceration
Speakers:
Sharone Mitchell, Program Director, Illinois Justice Project
David Olson, Professor of Criminal Justice and Criminology, Loyola University, Chicago
Rev. Al Sharp, Executive Director, Clergy for a New Drug Policy


ADVANCE REGISTRATION
$10 per session/$30 for series of 4 (by the prior Monday/by Jan. 22 for the series) includes a box supper prepared by hospitality industry trainees at The Michael Barlow Center at St. Leonard’s Ministries, a member agency of Episcopal Charities and Community Services. Please see all 4 sessions link to register for the series.


QUESTIONS? Contact Lydia Munroe at lydia@saintc.org or 312-944-1083


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