NYC Mayoral Forum to Address Criminal Justice Issues

March 30, 2021, NYC mayoral candidates will present their positions on key issues related to reentry from incarceration
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On Tuesday, March 30, 2021, NYC mayoral candidates will present their positions on key issues related to reentry from incarceration, policing in schools and communities, barriers to housing for justice-involved individuals, mental health, and criminal justice reform.

The purpose of the event is to understand the mayoral candidates' positions on crucial criminal justice policy issues and how they propose to address systemic problems.

The event will be hosted live on Zoom — attendees can RSVP here.

The forum is co-sponsored by leading direct services, policy and advocacy organizations in the criminal justice and reentry field including: Getting Out and Staying Out (GOSO), The Fortune Society, Osborne Association, Faith Communities for Just Reentry, Youth Represent, Urban Justice Center, Exodus, Women’s Community Justice Association, Fair Chance for Housing Coalition and John Jay Institute for Justice and Opportunity.

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