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Race and Community Dialogue Series: Race, Corrections & Re-Entry: Examining Post Incarceration and Mental Health

The Second Annual Race and Community Dialogue Series forum on Race, Corrections & Re-Entry: Examining Post Incarceration and Mental Health. An important conversation to examine the dynamic of race, corrections, and re-entry from a mental health perspective. This forum is the third panel discussion of a three-part series, exploring important topics on race and communities of color amid the pandemic and considerations post Covid-19.  

Panelists:

Ms. Romilda Pereira, Founder & CEO of Project Turnaround, Boston Ma

Mr. Jeremy Thompson ,Credible Messenger, Executive Office of Public Safety & Security, School of Reentry, Boston Pre-Release Center 

Mr. Marshall Lane, Prison to Prosperity, Malden Ma 

Dr. Richard O’Bryant, Director of the John D. O’Bryant African American Institute, Northeastern University

Moderator

Mr. Sam Williams, Executive Director of Concord Prison Outreach Inc. & Co-Director of the IRJ Community Advisory Board

This forum is the third panel discussion of a three-part series, exploring important topics on race and communities of color amid the pandemic and considerations post Covid-19. 

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