The Necessity of Prison and Reentry Education

Nassau Presbyterian Church 61 Nassau Street, Princeton, NJ

Een Jabriel, currently acting as the Regional Manager for The Petey Greene Program of NJ, will be the first speaker in the series "After Incarceration: Bending the Moral Arc Toward Justice in the season of Juneteenth." He is responsible for recruiting and training college students and community volunteers to go inside of state and federal […]

Mass Incarceration and People of Color: Trauma In, Trauma Out

Nassau Presbyterian Church 61 Nassau Street, Princeton, NJ

Kimme Carlos, CEO and Founder of Kimme Carlos Motivational Consulting LLC., Co-Founder and Lead Facilitator of Sister Wellness Retreats: Healing Spaces for Black Women, and author of The Window of Grace: Living in Recovery through Christian Faith, is the second speaker in the series Mass Incarceration and People of Color: Trauma In, Trauma Out. She […]

Transformative Justice: Helping the formerly incarcerated find their way home

Nassau Presbyterian Church 61 Nassau Street, Princeton, NJ

Third and final speaker in the series "After Incarceration: Bending the Moral Arc Toward Justice in the season of Juneteenth," Antonne Henshaw is Director of the Transformative Justice Initiative, a non-profit community service organization that helps formerly incarcerated people enter society. He will share his own experience with incarceration, his return to Camden, New Jersey […]