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Ruffin Convocation 2021: Criminal Justice Professionals of Color Address Criminal Justice Reform Here and Now

In October 2021, the George Lewis Ruffin Society held its convocation called “Criminal Justice Professionals of Color Address Criminal Justice Reform Here and Now,” during which a distinguished group of judges, academics, law enforcement officials, and community leaders convened to discuss race and criminal justice in America today. The convocation featured three virtual sessions. Recordings are available below and on the SCCJ YouTube Channel.

Prosecutor’s Role in Criminal Justice Reform


Criminal Justice Professionals on Reform


Healing the Community and Ourselves


The convocation was sponsored by People’s United Bank, Northeastern University School of Law, the Civil Rights and Restorative Justice Project, Northeastern University College of Social Sciences and Humanities, Northeastern University School of Criminology and Criminal Justice.

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