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NYU Wagner Students for Criminal Justice Reform (SCJR)

NYU Wagner Students for Criminal Justice Reform (SCJR)

295 Lafayette St, New York (NY), 10012-9604, United States

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O nas The mission of NYU Wagners SCJR is to encourage interdisciplinary dialogue & events exploring intersections between criminal justice & other public policy.
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Misja SCJR’s mission is to encourage interdisciplinary dialogue to explore the intersections between criminal justice and other areas of public policy.

SCJR members are passionate about social justice. We believe that criminal justice reform is an important issue and provides a critical lens to examine many social and policy issues, including poverty, race, youth engagement, health, housing, immigration, economic development, and more.

SCJR received President Sexton's 2010 President's Service Award for exhibiting outstanding leadership in engaging civic leaders and students in significant cross-disciplinary dialogue about criminal justice policies. The President's Service Awards recognize outstanding NYU students and groups who have made significant contributions to the university community in the areas of learning, leadership, and quality of student life.
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Nagrody President's Service Award, NYU (2010)
Produkty Selection of past events and participants:

Controversial Issues In Contemporary Criminal Justice: NYPD Stop and Frisk Practices

Leveraging City Resources to Promote Justice in Urban Environments
A Discussion with Mayor Cory Booker and Dean Ellen Schall

2010 Census: Snapshot of America?
• Ryan Kim, Partnership Specialist, U.S. Census Bureau
• Jeremy Saunders, NYC AIDS Housing Authority
• Martha E. Chavez, New Immigrant Community Empowerment (NICE)

Segregation and Solitary Confinement: Cruel and Unusual Punishment?
A panel discussion on the use of solitary confinement in our prison system.
• Martin F. Horn, Appointed Distinguished Lecturer at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, Former Commissioner, NYC Department of Correction and Probation
• Michael B. Mushlin, Professor, Pace Law School
• Jack Beck, Director, Prison Visiting Project, Correctional Association
• Glenn Martin, Vice President of Development and Public Affairs and Director of the David Rothenberg Center for Public Policy, The Fortune Society

Trafficking 101: Commercial Sexual Exploitation (part of a series of events on anti-human trafficking)
This Student-led informal brown bag session discussed one of the various forms of domestic human trafficking. The participatory teach-in included screening of a short clip from the film "Very Young Girls."

Million Dollar Blocks: Using Mapping Tools to Create Safer Communities
• Eric Cadora, Founder and Director of the Justice Mapping Center
• Marshall Clement, Project Director for the Council of State Governments' Justice Reinvestment Project

Prisons, Police, Race, and The War on Drugs
A discussion on how police, prosecutorial, and prison related practices lead to the dramatically disproportionate confinement of poor people of color.
• Assemblymember Jeffrion L. Aubry, Democrat from the 25th Assembly District in Queens, Chair of the Assembly Committee on Correction
• Kamau Karl Franklin, activist attorney and Racial Justice Fellow at the Center for Co
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