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Citizen Reintegration: Supporting Reentry through Relationships


The panel on “Citizen Reintegration: Supporting Reentry through Relationships” will highlight the ways non-profit organizations led by formerly incarcerated people are empowering citizens returning from incarceration and others impacted by the criminal legal system across the state of Michigan.

During the forum, the panelists will discuss their journey to advocacy on behalf of those impacted by the justice system, will identify the misconceptions, myths and stigmas surrounding formerly incarcerated people during the reintegration process, and will consider the role that non-profit organizations, students, faculty, and community members can play in supporting citizens returning from incarceration. The forum will also include an opportunity for questions, answers, and audience discussion. Please join us!

Hosted by Student Advocates for Prison Reform and the Incarcerated (SAPRI) and the School of Politics, Society, Justice and Public Service (SPSJPS).

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Time: -
Location: Park Library, Sarah & Daniel Opperman Auditorium
250 E. Preston St.
Mount Pleasant, MI
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Admission: Open to the public.
Sponsor: School of Politics, Society, Justice, and Public Service
Contact: Elizabeth Bradshaw 989-774-3469