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Saturday, February 29th 4:30pm to 7:00pm

CONFIRMED SPEAKERS:

(Click on a speaker’s picture to learn more about their organization!)

Elissa Johnson

Elissa Johnson

Arizona State Director, Criminal Justice Reform at FWD.us

Maria Polletta

Maria Polletta

State Government and Politics Reporter at the Arizona Republic

Erik Luna

Erik Luna

Professor of Constitutional and Criminal Law at the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law at Arizona State University

Nathan Wade

Nathan Wade

Pima County Public Defender

Jeffrey Taylor

Jeffrey Taylor

Chair, Salvation Army of Phoenix

Khalil Rushdan

Khalil Rushdan

Smart Justice Partnership Coordinator at the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) Arizona

Kurt Altman

Kurt Altman

State Director of Arizona and New Mexico at Right on Crime

Enrique Olivares

Enrique Olivares

Student at the University of Arizona

Rev. Katie Sexton

Rev. Katie Sexton

Executive Director at the Arizona Faith Network

Molly Gill

Molly Gill

Vice President of Policy at FAMM

Jim Coston

Jim Coston

Lead Pastor at First Baptist Church of Scottsdale

Shakyra Diaz

Shakyra Diaz

Managing Director of Partnerships at Alliance for Safety & Justice

Schedule

 

4:30pm – Doors Open

5:00pm – Intro to Arizona Talks

5:05pm – Welcome Remarks
– Representative Diego Rodriguez
– Representative Ben Toma

5:15pm – Lecture: “What is Criminal Justice?”
– Erik Luna, Professor of Constitutional and Criminal Law at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University

5:35pm – Video by FWD.us

5:37pm – Personal Stories
– Jeff Taylor, Advocate and Chair of the Salvation Army of Phoenix
– Khalil Rushdan, Smart Justice Partnership Coordinator at the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) Arizona
– Video Story: Enrique Olivares, Masters Student at University of Arizona

5:50pm – Q&A Panel
– Moderator: Shakyra Diaz, Managing Director of Partnerships at Alliance for Safety & Justice
– Khalil Rushdan
– Jeff Taylor

6:05pm – Announcements
– Video: Molly Gill, FAMM Advocacy
– Lillian Coppess, START Project
– Kara Williams, Smart Justice Organizer at ACLU Arizona

6:12pm – Video: “Adversaries Unite”

6:15pm – Panel : “What Does Reform Look Like?”
– Moderator: Maria Polletta, State Government and Politics Reporter at the Arizona Republic
– Elissa Johnson, Arizona State Director, Criminal Justice Reform at FWD.us
– Kurt Altman, State Director of Arizona and New Mexico at Right on Crime
– Nathan Wade, Pima County Public Defender

6:50pm – Closing Remarks & Benediction
– Rev. Katie Sexton, Executive Director at the Arizona Faith Network
– Jim Coston, Lead Pastor at First Baptist Church of Scottsdale

7:00pm – Event Ends, Closing Reception Opens

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