The Visions & Ventures Symposium continues as we explore America's criminal justice system.
Thursday's schedule includes:
10 a.m., "Eyewitness Misidentification: A Case Study & Call for Reform," Daniella Henry, policy analyst, The Innocence Project; Brandon Moon, exoneree, criminal justice reform advocate.
1:30 p.m., "The History & Systems of Custodialism in California," Mark Grabau (1985 NWU alum), chief psychologist, CONREP Operations, California Department of State Hospitals.
7 p.m., "A Balm for Hard Times? Social, Political & Economic Considerations of Restorative Justice," Mara Schiff, associate professor, School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Florida Atlantic University.
All lectures are free and will be held in O'Donnell Auditorium, 50th Street & Huntington Ave. Classes will not be held on Thursday to allow students, faculty, and staff the opportunity to attend the symposium.
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