Campaign for Justice

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Campaign for Justice is aimed at reducing the number of Vermonters in prison, ending Vermont's use of private prisons, and bringing back to Vermont those incarcerated out of state. It is part of a larger effort to make our criminal justice system more effective and our communities safer. Hosted by Suzi Wizowaty, Director of Vermonters for Criminal Justice Reform.

Programs in this Series

Format: 2018-05-24
Format: 2018-05-24
Transitional Housing - 05/28/2015
Anna Stevens, Housing and Criminal Justice Reform Activist, hosts Mike Ohler, Housing Retention Specialist with Burlington Housing Authority, Jo Berger, Northern Lights Coordinator (Burlington's female transitional house), and Becky Wilkinson,...
Prisons and Punishment as Inspiration for Art - 12/15/2014
Suzi Wizowaty, Executive Director of Vermonters for Criminal Justice Reform hosts Jeremy Lee Mackenzie, Member of the Arts Task Force with the Locked Up and Shipped Away Campaign, Kelly Thomas, Core Faculty at Champlain College, and Kim Jordan, to...
Locking Up the Women - 09/29/2014
Suzi Wizowaty, Executive Director of Vermonters for Criminal Justice Reform hosts Brenda V. Smith, professor at Washington College of Law, American University, and Jill Evans, Director of Women and Family Services with Vermont Department of...
Locked Up and Shipped Away - 07/30/2014
Suzi Wizowaty, Director of Vermonters for Criminal Justice Reform Bob Libal, Executive Director, Holly Kirby, Organizer and Kymberlie Quong Charles, National Organizer, all from Grassroots Leadership. www.grassrootsleadership.org Website: www....
Campaign for Justice: Legislative Update 2014 - 05/21/2014
Suzi Wizowaty, Director of Vermonters for Criminal Justice Reform speaks with Bill Lippert, Chair of the Vermont House Judiciary Committee on the recently adjourned legislative session. Website: www.VermontersforCriminalJusticeReform.org Click on...
Fair and Impartial Policing - 04/14/2014
Suzi Wizowaty, Director of Vermonters for Criminal Justice Reform speaks with Stephanie Seguino, Professor of Economics at UVM, Christine Longmore, Co-Founder of Uncommon Alliance and South Burlington Police Chief Trevor Whipple on efforts towards...
Juvenile Justice - 02/10/2014
Suzi Wizowaty, Director of Vermonters for Criminal Justice Reform.  Today's guests: Bob Sheil, Office of the Juvenile Defender, Jay Simons, Agency of Human Services, and Lawrence Shelton, UVM, Human Development and Family Studies. Website:...
Women in Prison - 01/20/2014
Suzi Wizowaty, Director of Vermonters for Criminal Justice Reform, speaks with Jill Evans, Director of Women and Family Services at Vermont Department of Corrections, Cary Brown, Executive Director of Vermont Commission on Women, and Tiffany Bluemle...
War on Drugs - 12/06/2013
Suzi Wizowaty, Director of Vermonters for Criminal Justice Reform, speaks with Chittenden County States Attorney T.J. Donovan, and Bob Bick, Director of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services at Howard Center on recognizing drug addiction as a...
Restore Our Communities, Pilot Episode - 11/18/2013
Suzi Wizowaty, Director of Vermonters for Criminal Justice Reform, speaks with John Gorczyk, former Commissioner, Vermont Department of Corrections and Kathy Fox, Sociology Professor at the University of Vermont.  More information: Website: www...

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