Race and Criminal Justice in Massachusetts and America
Friday, April 14 at 9:00am to 1:00pm
Fenway Center 77 St. Stephen Street, Boston, MA, Boston
Ruffin Society Convocation
Panelists will discuss the topic, "Race and Criminal Justice in Massachusetts and America," from their perspective, covering law enforcement, corrections, the courts, sentencing and most importantly, the community perspective.
Panelists include: William Gross, Superintendent-In-Chief of the Boston Police Department, Steve Tompkins, Sheriff of Suffolk County, Anthony Braga, Director of Northeastern University's School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Amy Farrell, Asociate Director of Northeastern University's School of Criminology and Criminal Justice and Assistant Director of the Institute on Race and Justice, Andrea Cabral, former Secretary of Public Safety for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and political commentator and analyst, Robert Ronquillo, Jr., Chief Justice of the Boston Municipal Court, and J. Larry Mayes, former Chief of Human Services for the City of Boston and a representative from the community. The Honorable Ralph Gants, Chief Justice of the SJC will deliver opening remarks and The Honorable Roderick Ireland will act as moderator.
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Closest Parking Garage: Gainsborough Garage, 10 Gainsborough Street, Boston, MA 02115
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