‘Sentenced to Fail’ – Talking Race and Incarceration in Brooklyn

BRIC TV, in partnership with The Marshall Project, hosted a town hall on March 24 concerning how the racial inequalities in the country’s criminal justice system impact Brooklyn and the city at large. From BRIC TV:

Racial inequalities in our justice system threaten communities of color in so many ways: disenfranchising thousands, limiting voting rights, and denying equal access to employment, housing, and education. How do we go about changing a system that seems to perpetuate itself—and how can our community #BHeard on breaking the cycle of mass incarceration?

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