Lateefah Simon, Director of the California’s Future Initiative at the Rosenberg Foundation, will be one of the speakers at “Overpoliced and Underprotected: Women, Race, and Criminalization” a symposium hosted by the UCLA School of Law, January 27-28, in Los Angeles. Simon will be joining a panel on “Reentry and the Community Impact of Women’s Incarceration,” which will examine how a criminal conviction often excludes formerly incarcerated women from critical educational, job, and housing opportunities. Other speakers at the symposium include Susan Burton, Founder of A New Way of Life; Kemba Smith, Author of Poster Child: The Kemba Smith Story; Mark Ridley-Thomas, Los Angeles County Board Supervisor and more. For more information, click here.
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