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A screening of the award winning documentary film "Tribal Justice" at San Diego Law Library with guest speaker Hon. Judge Claudette White

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About the Event: Join us at San Diego Law Library for a special screening of the award winning documentary “Tribal Justice” with special guest Hon. Claudette White, Chief Judge, Quechan Tribal Court, who is featured in the film.

An appetizer and beverage reception will begin at 5:30 p.m. followed by a screening of the film from 6:00 to 7:30, and then a short question and answer session with Judge White.

About the film: Two Native American tribal court judges in California strive to reduce incarceration rates and heal their people by restoring rather than punishing offenders. Abby is a fierce, lean elder who has dedicated her life to humane justice. Claudette represents a new generation of Native American lawyers who are revisioning justice. The film follows cases in and out of their courts. Taos Proctor is facing life in prison when we meet him in Abby’s court. We follow his story over two years as Abby and her staff help him rebuild his life. A thousand miles south, Claudette reunites a nine-year-old boy with his family. Meanwhile her teenage nephew is at risk of entering the school to prison pipeline.

For more information see the official Tribal Justice website.

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