Race and the Criminal Justice System
A panel presentation discussing the intersection of race and the criminal justice system.
Northgate Listens is excited to host a panel presentation in Northgate High School's Little Theatre discussing the intersection of race and the criminal justice system in America, and the effects of this intersection on American society. This event is open to all and will shine a light upon one major role race plays in America, that of racial bias in the criminal justice system.
Glenn Kim, Assistant District Attorney, Alameda County David Muhammad, National Director of Justice Programs at the National Council on Crime and Delinquency
Who Are We?
Northgate Listens is a student group dedicated to raising awareness about crucial issues to the Northgate community. In October 2017, it played host a panel discussing education inequity, and in January 2018, it hosted a discussion between California State Assembly members Tim Grayson and Catherine Baker.
Date & Time
April 19, 2018
7:00PM - 8:15PM