Recorded on March 13, 2015
2 Hour Training
FREE for YIPA members
$40 for non-YIPA members
One in four people in Minnesota has a criminal record. It’s a record that can have a profound and everlasting impact on someone’s life in terms of housing, employment, professional licensure, education, and more. Watch this recorded discussion about the true and often disparate impact of criminal records on Minnesotans and for an examination and challenge of the fairness and wisdom in those policies.
- Gain a better understanding of our criminal and juvenile justice systems in Minnesota
- Explore the myriad challenges, legal and social, faced by persons with criminal and juvenile records
- Recognize the roles that race, class, era, and luck play in our systems of justice and reentry
Emily Baxter is a Fellow at the University of Minnesota Law School’s Robina Institute of Criminal Law and Criminal Justice. Prior to this, Emily served as the director of advocacy and public policy at the Council on Crime and Justice in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and as an assistant public defender representing indigent members of the Leech Lake and White Earth Bands of Ojibwe charged with crimes in Minnesota State court. She is the board president of the Minnesota Community Corrections Association and a former Archibald Bush Fellow.
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- Online Training
- Recorded on March 13, 2015
- 2 Hour Training
- FREE for YIPA members
- $40 for non-YIPA members
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