America is at a tipping point. In a country that continues to lead the world in locking up its own people, mass incarceration has emerged in recent years as a defining civil rights issue. The recurring need to reform our criminal justice system remains a point of agreement among a public made increasingly aware of injustices, leaders of red and blue states alike, and the local government actors who are in charge of delivering nearly all of our nation’s justice system. Join us for an important discussion surrounding the use of mass incarceration as a tool to dehumanize and marginalize the Black community. With a growing movement led by influential allies to bring attention to these issues, we tackle what’s at stake in a time of deep political and ideological divides.