C2P – Connecting Silos and Mapping Points of Intervention in the Cradle-To-Prison Pipeline
Northeastern University’s Cradle-to-Prison Pipeline (C2P) project is hosting an initial convening of interdisciplinary advocates and organizers interested in collaborating to dismantle the pipeline: C2P – Connecting Silos and Mapping Points of Intervention in the Cradle-To-Prison Pipeline.
The project’s goal is to track and map the intersecting institutional, legal and societal factors, and systemic racism, that contribute to the pipeline in order to locate interventions to disrupt its devastating effects on our communities.
The C2P project is a Northeastern collaboration involving the School of Law’s Center for Public Interest Advocacy and Collaboration, the College of Art, Media & Design, and Boston Area Research Initiative. By bringing together the university’s leadership in public policy, design thinking, and data analysis, we can create powerful tools to help disrupt the systems that are currently funneling far too many of our young people of color into the penal system.
Please join Northeastern University’s interdisciplinary Cradle-to-Prison (C2P) project for a half-day conference featuring:
IA Vision of Dismantling the Pipeline
- Peter Enrich, Professor of Law, Northeastern University
- Tad Hirsch, Professor of Art and Design, Northeastern University
- Susan Maze-Rothstein, Co-Director of the Center for Restorative Justice, Suffolk University
- Dan O’Brien, Associate Professor of Public Policy and Urban Affairs and Criminology and Criminal Justice, Northeastern University; Co-Director, Boston Area Research Initiative
II Cross-Disciplinary Teamwork: Initial Examples
- Marisol Garcia, Director/Managing Attorney - Mental Health Advocacy Program for Kids, Health Law Advocates
- Danielle Alli, Director of Cultural Proficiency at Boston Public Schools
- Isabel Gonzalez-Webster, Director, Worcester Interfaith
- Lili Ibara, Managing Director, Center for Public Interest Advocacy and Collaboration
IIIBreakout Workshops: Tackling Problems as Interdisciplinary Teams
- Allison Bovell-Ammon, Director of Policy and Strategy, Children’s Health Watch
- Matt Cregor, Staff Attorney, Mental Health Legal Advisors Committee
- Andrea Park, Housing and Homelessness Attorney, Massachusetts Law Reform Institute
- Melissa Threadgill, Director of Juvenile Justice Initiatives, Massachusetts Office of the Child Advocate
- Alexis Yohros, Rappaport Public Policy Fellow, Harvard Kennedy School
We’ve invited experts and organizations invested in this work to our half-day conference, which will include discussions about the project and goals — your feedback is critical to our efforts as we move forward to create meaningful change.
Please register now by contacting Gianina Chua at email@example.com.
We hope you’ll be able to join us!
Friday, November 1, 2019 at 9:00am to 1:00pm