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Sunday Platform: From Criminal Justice to Human Justice

  • Sep 23, 2012 · 11:00 AM

Sunday Platform: From Criminal Justice to Human Justice


Activists like Eddie Ellis of the Center for NuLeadership on Urban Solutions in Brooklyn are trying to turn around a prison and policing system that dehumanizes people, particularly communities of color. Ellis, the Charley Horwitz Memorial Platform speaker, gives hope and provides a lifeline to young people in NuLeadership youth programs and to incarcerated people through "On the Count," his weekly radio program on Pacifica WBAI produced with former prisoners.

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