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Why Do Injustices Within the Criminal Legal Context Arise?

March 17, 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm

This interdisciplinary panel (the first in a two-part series) will begin to answer the following question: Why do injustices within the criminal legal system arise? Panelists will share their work on building a more just society and leveraging tools of psychology to catalyze change.

Event Speakers

  • Julian Rucker, Postdoctoral Fellow in Psychology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  • Heather Schoenfeld, Associate Professor of Sociology at Boston University
  • Isaac Scott, Leader of the Confined Arts Project at Columbia University
  • Danielle Slakoff, Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice at Sacramento State University

Event Information

Free and open to the public; registration required. Please contact James Dunlea at james.dunlea@columbia.edu with any questions.

Hosted by the Center for Justice at Columbia University and the Society for Psychological Study of Social Issues.

Details

Date:
March 17
Time:
4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
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Format

Online
online
New York, NY Online United States
Phone:
08008055385
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Host

Columbia University
Phone:
212-854-1754
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