Using Legislation and Humanization to End Mass Incarceration

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Using Legislation and Humanization to End Mass Incarceration

June 14 @ 7:30 am - 9:00 am

$28.12 - $30.00

Featured Speaker: Jessica Jackson, #cut50 National Director, The Dream Corps

Jessica Jackson Sloan is a human rights attorney who began her career representing California death row inmates in their appeals. She now oversees DreamCorps #cut50 initiative to end mass incarceration.

Jessica currently sits on The Committee for a Fair Judiciary, serves as an Advisory Board member of the American Constitution Society Bay Area Chapter, and represents Congressman Jared Huffman on the Democratic Central Committee of Marin. In November 2013, Jessica became the youngest ever elected official in Marin County when she was elected to the Mill Valley City Council. Jessica became the Mayor of Mill Valley in November 2016.

#cut50 is a national bipartisan effort to smartly and safely reduce America’s incarcerated population by 50 percent over the next 10 years. #Cut50 works to cut crime and incarceration in all 50 states by translating local needs into smart safety solutions. Bringing together unlikely allies, identifying breakthrough policies, and implementing new approaches to safety and rehabilitation.

By recognizing the humanity of those impacted, we can change laws in order to create safer streets and more peaceful neighborhoods.

Hanna Institute Professional Networking Breakfast Series

This event is part of the Hanna Institute Professional Networking Breakfast Series, which highlights issues facing Sonoma County youth, families, and communities today, and provides a forum to discuss and collaborate on practical solutions.

Meet other professionals—from health systems, schools, churches, courts, legal practices, community organizations and more—who are interested in:

  • Increasing their fluency with trauma and adversity
  • Learning about research and ‘state of the art’ trauma-informed approaches
  • Gaining skills for mitigating the secondary stress experience by professionals who work with traumatized youth
  • Improving life outcomes for youth who have faced early adversity

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June 14
7:30 am - 9:00 am
$28.12 - $30.00
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Sonoma, CA 95476 United States


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(707) 933-2563