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Event #1249

Systemic Racism within the Justice System

When: 

Thursday, June 3, 2021

14:30 - 16:00
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Series:
University of Alberta , Confronting Colonialism and Anti-Black Racism , Accessible event , Intersections of Congress
Language: 
Bilingual | bilingue
Accessibility Services: 
Closed captioning in English
Closed captioning in French
Simultaneous interpretation in French
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A round table discussion on systemic racism within the justice system.  This session will be a panel based round table made up of practitioners and advocates discussing the challenges of addressing systemic racism within the criminal justice system.  Accepting that systemic racism is present in the justice system, panellists will be challenged to offer solutions.  The exchange is intended to be a frank and open dialogue on systemic racism with a forward focused lens examining the themes of participation, representation, and trust in racialized or marginalized communities.

Moderated by Gary Sears, Correctional Service Canada.

Presenters will include: Mark Cherrington, Coalition for Human Rights; Toni Sinclair, Elizabeth Fry Society of Edmonton and Northern Alberta; Sinela   Jurkova, Prairie Region Ethnocultural Advisory Committee; Lisa Dublin, Edmonton Institution for Women Citizen Advisory Committee; Mahamad Accord, Taccalusa Institute and House of Justice; Renee Vaugeois, John Humphrey Centre for Justice and Human Rights.