EVENT:

Returning Home, Rebuilding Lives: New Research

OCTOBER 18 @ 6:00 pm
HARVARD CLUB OF NEW YORK — 35 West 44th Street New York, NY 10036

The effects of incarceration rarely end when individuals return home. Rather, the collateral consequences continue to take a toll, especially on families. New research from Harvard sociologist Bruce Western and his team sheds light on those challenges and the sources of support for returning citizens and their families. Please join the Charles Koch Foundation, Harvard University, and the J.C. Flowers Foundation as we discuss these findings and determine where to go from here.

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Program

WELCOME REMARKS
Chris Flowers, president, J.C. Flowers Foundation

MODERATOR

Vikrant Reddy, senior research fellow, Charles Koch Institute

PANELISTS

Thomas Edwards, community engagement manager, Circles of Support Harlem
Howard Husock, vice president of research & publications, Manhattan Institute
Chanta Parker, program team leader, Essie Justice Group
Bruce Western, Daniel and Florence Guggenheim Professor of Criminal Justice Policy, Harvard University

Organizers

Charles Koch Foundation
Harvard University
J. C. Flowers Foundation


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EVERY TUESDAY 6:00 — 8:00 PM
ALL SOULS EPISCOPAL CHURCH — 88 ST. NICHOLAS AVENUE (BETWEEN 114th AND 115th ST.)

A group for women whose loved ones are currently or formerly incarcerated. 
For more information, please contact: Amanda Levering Phone: 347-404-1715 Email: aleverin@nycourts.gov.


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