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California Correction Crisis: Mass Incarceration, Healthcare, and the COVID-19 Outbreak, Day 1

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California Correction Crisis: Mass Incarceration, Healthcare, and the COVID-19 Outbreak, Day 1

February 5 @ 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm PST

Free

The Hastings Race and Poverty Law Journal, Hastings Women’s Law Journal, and the Hastings Journal of Crime and Punishment with the support of the Institute for Criminal Justice at UC Hastings are coming together to host an important symposium on incarceration and healthcare, focusing on the COVID-19 crisis. SAVE THE DATES!

FEB. 5, 12:00 – 5:00 PM:

  • History of Medical Access in Prisons/Jails: acclaimed prison historian Prof. Ashley Rubin
  • California Correctional Crisis: COVID-19 and the Current State of Healthcare Access:
    • Jacque Wilson, moderator, SF Public Defender’s Office
    • Adnan Khan, panelist, Re:Store Justice
    • Prof. Sharon Dolovich, panelist, UCLA – director of the COVID behind bars data project 
    • Daisy Ramirez, panelist, ACLU SoCal
    • Michael Bien, panelist, Rosen Bien Galvin & Grunfeld LLP
    • Sheriff Dean Growden, panelist, Lassen County
  • San Quentin and COVID-19
    • Hadar Aviram, moderator, UC Hastings
    • James King, panelist, Ella Baker Center
    • Richard Braucher, panelist, First District Appellate Project
    • Heather O’Malley, panelist, Social Worker
  • Keynote Speaker: Justice Anthony Kline

Please register on our event website for Zoom access!

Details

Date:
February 5
Time:
12:00 pm - 5:00 pm PST
Cost:
Free
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UC Hastings

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