[PAST EVENT] Daily Work of Justice
The Daily Work of Justice is a conversation series that invites people directly involved in an issue to share their lived experience, as a way of providing space for others to engage with empathy, understanding, and action. It was created collaboratively by people from diverse units across William & Mary.
Our focus for 2017 is the criminal justice system. Over the course of three weeks, we will examine the system from three perspectives:
February 2: People who have experienced the criminal justice system first-hand (including formerly incarcerated persons, persons who have been charged, family members of those in the system)
February 9: People who work within the criminal justice system (including police officers, judges, attorneys, and other law enforcement and judiciary representatives)
February 16: People who walk alongside those in the criminal justice system (including advocates, chaplains, and those with nonprofit support programs)