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Twenty Million Angry Men: A Conversation about the Importance of Including People with Felony Convictions in Our Jury System

empty chairs in a jury box.

In the United States, 8 percent of the adult population—and 33 percent of the Black adult male population—has a felony conviction. Even after people have served time in prison, they are systematically excluded from civic participation, including serving on juries. Offered in collaboration with the Institute to End Mass Incarceration at Harvard Law School, this program will explore questions of jury service, civic participation in the criminal legal system, and the importance of such participation by people with prior convictions.

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empty chairs in a jury box.

SPEAKERS


MODERATOR

  • Premal Dharia, executive director, Institute to End Mass Incarceration, Harvard Law School

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