Race and criminal justice in Multnomah County

The Civil Rights Committee of the Oregon State Bar presents:

FACING THE TRUTH: Race and Criminal Justice in Multnomah County

May 26, 2016 // 7 p.m. Portland Community College, MAHB Auditorium // 705 N Killingsworth

Communities of color are vastly overrepresented at each stage of Multnomah County’s adult criminal justice system. Representatives from community organizations and the justice system will discuss a recently released report that highlights this problem. Panelists will begin a conversation about community solutions. Please join us. GUEST SPEAKERS: Jo Ann Hardesty, President, NAACP Portland Branch; Principal Partner Consult Hardesty // Ana del Rocío Valderrama, Chief of Staff to Rep. Jessica Vega Pederson // Rod Underhill, Multnomah County District Attorney // The Honorable Adrienne Nelson, Multnomah County Circuit Court Judge // Lane Borg, Executive Director, Metropolitan Public Defender Services, Inc. \\ Judy Shiprack, Multnomah County Commissioner

If you require Spanish language or ASL interpretation services, contact Cristela at Legal Aid by May 23rd, 503-471-1137 or Cristela.Delgado-Daniel@lasoregon.org. Si necesita servicios de interpretación en español, póngase en contacto con Cristela en Servicios Legales 23 de mayo, llamando al 503-471-1137 o cristela.delgado-daniel@lasoregon.org.
Co-sponsored by the Portland Observer and the PCC Paralegal Program

2016-5-17 OSB Poster English


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