True Reformers: Celebrating Justice Heroes Past & Present

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Public Welfare Foundation

1200 U Street Northwest

Washington, DC 20009

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Public Welfare Foundation is opening the doors of the historic True Reformer Building to honor our history and celebrate our future.

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Join us on Tuesday, April 9th as we gather as a community to talk about how we – together – can catalyze a transformative approach to justice that is community-led, restorative, and racially just.

Speakers include:

  • Amanda Alexander, Founding Executive Director, Detroit Justice Center
  • Eddie Bocanegra, Senior Director, Heartland Alliance
  • Quincy Booth, Director of DC Department of Corrections
  • Marcus Bullock, Founder, Flikshop
  • Kaliq Crosby, Artist, Kaliq Customs
  • Keela Hailes, Reentry Manager, Free Minds
  • Samantha Harvell, Principal Policy Associate, Urban Institute
  • Shellée Haynesworth, Creator & Executive Producer, Black Broadway on U
  • Clinton Lacey, Director of DC Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services
  • Yanique Redwood, President and CEO, Consumer Health Foundation
  • Danielle Sered, Author of Until We Reckon and Executive Director of Common Justice
  • Syrita Steib-Martin, Founding Executive Director, Operation Restoration
  • Kia Weatherspoon, President, Determined By Design

Performance by students from the Duke Ellington School of the Arts

True transformative justice will take an army of like-minded abolitionists. We hope you’ll join us on April 9th to celebrate this new season at Public Welfare Foundation.

Food and refreshments will be served.

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1200 U Street Northwest

Washington, DC 20009

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