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Confessions or Coercion?

Come Join us for a important discussion with field experts including advocates for Correction conditions, chaplains, attorneys and judges.

WATCH POWERFUL TRAILER HERE :
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KyIrJeK2DKY&vl=en

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SPEAKERS :
NASIR BLACKWELL – Community Organizer, Inner City Muslim Action Network
ANTHONY SIMPKINS – Managing Deputy Commissioner, Chicago Department of Planning and Development, Former Cook County Judge
MUSTAPHA HAWTHORNE – Community Green Re-entry Leader, Inner City Muslim Action Network
WILL ANDREWS – Full time Prison Chaplain, CTS PHD student
Moderator
MAARIA MOZAFFAR – Director of Advocacy and Policy -Illinois Muslim Civic Coalition

What can communities of color learn from the film and how can we create systemic changes to protect our youth while still engaging law enforcement? We will discuss the impact of racial disparity in incarceration, sentencing and the trauma that stems from unjust criminal justice processes. We will have a thoughtful discussion on the critically acclaimed docufilm “When They See Us”

Hosted by The Illinois Muslim Civic Coalition, The InterReligious Institute at The Chicago Theological Seminary and Inner City Muslim Action Network,
Inner-City Muslim Action Network (IMAN)

December 07 2019

Details

Date: December 7, 2019
Time: 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
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Venue

Chicago Theological Seminary

1407 E. 60th St.
Chicago, IL 60637

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Organizers

Inner-City Muslim Action Network
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IL Muslim Civic Coalition
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Maaria Mozaffar
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The InterReligious Institute at CTS
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