Martin Luther King Jr. Birthday Celebrations: Panel Discussion: Race, Crime, and the Criminal Justice System

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This was an event created by The Greater Burlington Multicultural Resource Center to discuss the issues regarding race, and crime within our criminal justice system. The panel of speakers at this event were TJ Donovan, Attorney General, Karen Richards, Executive Director - VT Human Rights, Henri Sparks, Burlington School District, Sherwood Smith, University of Vermont, and Tris Coffin, Former US Attorney. 

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