Brooklyn Law School’s Center for Criminal Justice is bringing together a group of experts to discuss the open question: Is Criminal Justice Possible? The panel will present different perspectives on possibilities for the criminal legal system in the wake of the largest protest movement in United States history, when some are questioning whether the system can work justly at all, and some are working hard to make it better.
Written Testimony to the NYC Council Joint Hearing on Housing and Re-Entry (Committees on the Justice System, the Committee on Criminal Justice, the Committee on General Welfare, the Committee on Public Housing, and the Committee on Housing and Buildings). Submitted by Freedom Agenda October 21, 2020
Written Testimony to the New York City Council Oversight Hearing (Criminal Justice & Health and Hospitals Committees), September 21, 2020
Bronx NetHost Daren Jaime sits down with the Co-Director of Freedom Agenda, Darren Mack discussing the work the Freedom Agenda does, Systemic Decarceration, Closing of Rikers Island, and the dismantling of the new Jim Crow practices.