Creating Just Cities: Removing Legal Barriers, Investing in Neighborhoods, and Divesting from Prisons
Join the Detroit Justice Center for a criminal justice reform workshop on Saturday, November 3rd, from 1:45-3:00PM at WCCCD Downtown Campus as part of ARISE Detroit's 9th Annual Neighborhoods Summit. It is completely FREE to register for the full day of workshops and seminars. Lunch will be provided. Visit http://bit.ly/DJC-ARISEworkshop to sign up today!
SURVEY REPORT OUT * DINNER * DIALOGUE
Please join us for the first community report out of the Live Free Detroit Safety Survey. We have analyzed the collective voices of over 600 Detroiter’s around the impact of violence in the city, identified dominant media narratives, and researched national models with innovative approaches to community safety and best practices that can be adopted to decrease the number of people of color lost to gun homicides and incarceration.
Celebrating 50 years! Since 1968, the NCBL has championed the rights of oppressed communities. Representing, advocating for and fighting for the rights of the systemically disenfranchised both inside and outside of the court, NCBL chapters include Chicago, Washington, DC, Michigan and New York City.
A salon-style evening to discuss the future of innovation, law and social movements. Come hear short, inspiring talks by Black & Brown movement lawyers, including DJC’s executive director Amanda Alexander, with visionary ideas about how law can build power in these difficult times.
Sips & Bites
Music by: DJ Lumumba AKA Revolution
Hosted by Movement Law Lab & Law For Black Lives
www.movementlawlab.org / www.law4blacklives.org